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ANNUAL 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST 
STATE CONVENTION 



1910 



RALEIGH, N. C. 

Presses of Ed-tauds & Broughton Printing Company 

1910 



CONSTITUTION 



1. The Baptist State Convention shall be composed of three male 
representatives from each white Association in the State and one 
annual male representative appointed by the churches for every ten 
dollars contributed to its funds, and of such male life members as 
have been made so by the payment of thirty dollars at any one time 
to the Treasurer for the objects of the Convention. No church shall 
have more than ten representatives. No one shall be a member of the 
Convention who is not a member in good standing of a Baptist church 
in fellowship with us, and no other life member shall be made. 

2. The primary objects of the Convention shall be to encourage and 
support Wake Forest College; to educate young men called of God 
to the ministry, and approved by the churches to which they belong; 
to encourage education among all the people of the State; to support 
the gospel in all the destitute sections of the State and of the Southern 
Baptist Convention; to send the gospel to the nations who have it not; 
to encourage the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound re- 
ligious literature; to assist Baptist churches in the erection of suitable 
houses of worship; to encourage the proper care of indigent orphan 
children and destitute and aged ministers of the gospel, and to co-operate 
with the Southern Baptist Convention in all its departments of labor. 

3. This Convention shall meet annually, on Tuesday after the first 
Sunday in December. 

4. The officers of the Convention shall be a President, three Vice- 
Presidents, a Recording Secretary and an Assistant, a Corresponding 
Secretary, a Treasurer, an Auditor, and five Trustees, all of whom, 
except the Trustees (who shall serve during the pleasure of the Con- 
vention), shall be elected annually by direct ballot. 

5. The President shall preside and enforce order in accordance with 
Dr. Kerfoot's Parliamentary Law. One of the Vice-Presidents shall 
preside in the absence of the President. 

G. The Recording Secretary and his assistant shall record the pro- 
ceedings, collect and preserve statistics of the denomination, and pub- 
lish and distribute the Minutes. 

7. The Treasurer shall receive all funds represented in the Conven- 
tion; make public acknowledgment of the same each week through the 
Biblical Recorder; give his bond to the Trustees; forward, at least 
once a month, all contributions to their destination; at every meeting 
of the Convention make a full report of his receipts and disbursements, 
and, on retiring from his office, turn over to his successor all moneys, 
papers and books belonging thereto. 

8. The Trustees shall secure and hold the title to any and all property 
belonging to, or which may be acquired by, the Convention and take a 



4 CONSTITUTION. 

sufficient bond of the Treasurer. The terms, conditions and amount of 
the bond shall be fixed by the Trustees, and in case the Treasurer shall 
refuse or neglect to give his bond within thiity days after his election, 
the Trustees shall have power to elect a Treasurer. They shall report 
annually to the Convention. 

9. The Auditor shall, prior to each annual meeting of the Conven- 
tion, examine carefully all the receipts, disbursements, vouchers, papers 
and books of the Treasurer, and his certificate to the facts in the case 
shall be attached to the Treasurer's report. 

10. The Corresponding Secretary shall solicit contributions to the 
objects of the Convention, assist the Board of Missions and Sunday 
Schools in the employment and payment of missionaries, and labor to 

promote the cultivation and development of Christian benevolence. 

11. The Education Board shall, so far as it may be able, assist prom- 
ising and indigent young ministers seeking to prepare themselves for 
the more efficient preaching of the gospel. 

12. The Board of Missions and Sunday Schools shall encourage the 
churches to give liberally to all objects of the Convention; so far as 
the means at its disposal will allow, supply all destitute portions 
of the State with faithful and efficient ministers of the gospel; give 
pecuniary aid, as far as can be secured, for building houses of worship 
at pioper points in the State, and in cases where pecuniary aid can not 
be given, commend them to the beneficence of the churches; encourage 
the distribution and study of the Bible and a sound religious literature 
in the homes, in the churches and in the Sunday Schools; encourage 
Sunday School Conventions and Institutes; continue, and so far as it 
may be able and the growth of this work may require, enlarge the 
Baptist Book Store, and co-operate with the missionary and Sunday 
School work of the Southern Baptist Convention. The board shall ap- 
point of their number a committee of seven, to whom shall be com- 
mitted the Sunday School work, and the nomination for approval by the 
board of a Sunday School Secretary or secretaries to prosecute the 
work within the bounds of the Convention. The board shall also ap- 
point three of their number who shall be the managers of the Baptist 
Book Store, and as may be necessary from time to time report its con- 
dition to the board. 

13. The board shall be appointed annually, and report to each session 
of the Convention. 

14. The Convention year shall close one week before the annual meet- 
ing of the body. 

15. The Boards of the Convention shall fix the compensation of their 
respective officers, and that of the Treasurer and Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Convention. 

lii. This Constitution may be changed or amended by two-thirds of 
the representatives in attendance at any annual session voting in the 
affirmative. 



OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT: 

VV. C. DOWD Charlotte 

VICE-PRESIDENTS: 

J. M. McMANAWAY Waynesville 

F. P. HOBGOOD Oxford 

J. D. BRUNER Murfreesboro 

RECORDING SECRETARIES: 

N. B. BROUGHTON Raleigh 

CHAS. E. BREWER Wake Forest 

TREASURER: 

WALTERS DURHAM Raleigh 

AUDITOR: 

F. H. BRIGGS Raleigh 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 

LIVINGSTON JOHNSON Raleigh 

TRUSTEES : 

W. C. TYREE Raleigh 

G. C. BRIGGS Waynesville 

N. BIGGS Scotland Neck 

C. B. A YCOCK Raleigh 

D. L. GORE Wilmington 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION 
1910-1911. 



BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Jno. E. Ray, J. R. Hunter, L. Johnson, E. L. Middleton, J. D. Bou- 
shall, N. B. Broughton, S. W. Brewer, A. J. Moncrief, L. E. M. Freeman, 
\V. D. Poe, F. P. Hobgood, J. D. Berry, S. R. Horton, W. C. Tyree, 
C. J. Hunter, L. W. Alderman, W. N. Jones, J. C. Scarborough, C. H. 
Griffin, W. A. Cooper, C. M. Beach, H. C. Dockery, C. M. Cooke, Ivey 
Allen, L. D. Watson, A. H. Mooneyham, W. L. Poteat, J. T. Pullen, 
J. W. Bailey, Chas. L. Smith, Hight C. Moore, L. R. Pruette, R. N. 
Simms, W. R. Cullom, T. J. Taylor, T. M. Pittman, J. H. Weathers, 
G. T. Lumpkin, H. H. Hulton, A. I. Justice, J. G. Boomhour, B. W. 
Spilman, R. A. Sentell, D. G. Washburn, J. Y. Joyner, J. W. Denmark, 
R. B. Horn, L. G. Cole, Walters Durham, R. T. Vann, M. L. Kesler, 
E. E. Bomar, C. A. Jenkins, E. F. Aydlett, A. Johnson, N. A. Dunn, 
C. F. Meserve, C. H. Poe, T. B. Parker, C. G. Wells, T. M. Arlington, 
J. H. Tucker, W. E. Harrison, P. S. Vann, W. F. Marshall, C. A. G. 
Thomas, B. Craig, W. M. Vines, H. B. Moore, Y. D. Moore, B. F. Hunt- 
ley, W. 0. Allen, J. M. Hilliard, T. Gilliam, J. 0. Fulbright, H. W. Hor- 
ton, T. B. Davis, S. Huffman, D. J. Hunt, C. C. Wright, J. E. Peterson, 
J. S. Farmer, E. McK. Goodwin. 

Associatioxal Members. — Alleghany and Grayson, R. L. Doughton; 
Ashe, H. A. Eller; Alexander, L. P. Gwaltney; Beulah, J. E. Jordan; 
Bladen, F. S. Averitt ; Brier Creek, N. T. Jarvis; Brushy 'Mountain, R. 
A. Spainhour: Brunswick, D. I. Watson; Buncombe, A. E. Brown; 
Caldwell, J. V. McCall; Carolina, T. J. Rickman; Ceelar Creek, D. C. 
Rogers; Central, A. C. Green; Catawba River, E. McK. Goodwin; Cape 
Fear, C. C. Smith; Chowan, J. W. Loftin; Eastern, C. E. Daniel; 
Elkin, J. I. Dimette; Flat Hirer, T. H. Street; French Broad, R. L. 
Moore; (In en River, R. H. Herring; Haywood, J. L. Morgan; Johnston, 
J. M. Bcaty: King's Mountain, A. C. Irvin; Liberty, C. M. Wall; 
Liberty and Duektown, J. F. Mi-Gee; Little Hirer, K. H. Ballentine; 
Macon, W. L. Bradley; Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, L. R. Pruett; Mitch- 
ell, L. II. Green; Montgomery, W. M. Bostick; Mt. Zion, W. ('. Barrett; 
Neuse- Atlantic, G. T. Watkins; New Found. R. H. Hipps; Pee Dee, 
T. W. Chambliss; Piedmont, ('. A. Smith; Pilot Mountain. H. A. Brown; 
Raleigh, \V. R. Beach; Roanoke, Noah Biggs; Robeson, ('. II. Durham; 
Sandy Creek, W. II. II. Lawhon; South Fork, J. D. Elliott; South Hirer, 

; South Yadkin. .}. X. StallingS; Stanly, K. V. Eddins; 

Stone Mountain. .1. S. Kilby; Surry. J. G. Burrus ; Tar Hirer. Ivey 
A Urn; Tennessee Hirer, .1. S. Woodard; Three Forks. J. C. Horton; 
Transyl rania. K. Allison: Tuekascigee, T. C. Bryson ; Union. J. W. 
Biyens; West Chowan, J. F. Cale; Western North Carolina, J. T. Plott ; 
Yadkin, M. L. Woodhouse; Yancey, B. B. Riddle; Wilmington. Geo. E. 
Leftwich. 



BOARDS OF THE CONVENTION. 7 

BOARD OF EDUCATION, WAKE FOREST. 

W. L. Poteat, J. F. Lanneau, W. B. Royal, C. E. Brewer, T. E. 
Holding, J. B. Carlyle, J. H. Gorrell, W. B. Dunn, J. L. Lake, J. S. 
Fowler, G. W. Paschal, J. B. Powers, R. E. Royall, N. Y. Gulley, E. W. 
Sikes, Wm. Dickson, W. W. Holding, J. H. Highsmith, E. P. Ellington, 
R. M. Squires, W. N. Johnson. 



MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

W. C. Barrett, J. M. Arnette, R. H. Riggsbee, W. J. Brogden, H. A. 
Foushee, J. W. Lynch, 0. W. Triplett, A. G. Phipps, J. F. McDuffie. 

Associate Members. — D. L. Gore, Stephen Mclntyre, E. W. Timber- 
lake, N. B. Broughton, C. J. Hunter, W. C. Dowd, J. M. Stoner, A. 
Johnson, J. S. Moore, Dr. Montague, A. D. Ward. 



TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, WAKE FOREST. 

A. D. Ward, President; C. J. Hunter, Secretary; E. F. Aydlett, J. W. 
Bailey, N. Biggs, N. B. Broughton, C. M. Cooke, W. E. Daniel, H. C. 
Dockery, W. C. Dowd, W. J. Ferrell, W. C. Tyree, F. P. Hobgood, 
J. N. Holding, J. D. Hufham, S. Mclntyre, E. Y. Webb, J. T. J. Battle, 
L. Johnson, J. W. Lynch, R. H. Marsh, C. W. Mitchell, G. A. Norwood, 
Jr., J. M. Parrott, J. B. Richardson, R. E. Royall, J. C. Scarborough, 
J. A. Campbell, M. L. Kesler, E. W. Timberlake, J. H. Tucker, R. T. 
Vann, R. P. Thomas, John A. Oates, G. E. Lineberry, E. F. Watson. 



TRUSTEES OF THE ORPHANAGE, THOMASVILLE. 

F. P. Hobgood, President; J. A. Durham, H. F. Shenck, C. E. Holton, 
John C. Whitty, Henry C. Dockery, J. S. Montague, Thomas Carrick, 
R. A. Spainhour, Noah Biggs, E. F. Aydlett, John C. Scarborough, John 
E. Ray, Stephen Mclntyre, C. W. Mitchell, J. W. Noell, C. L. Haywood, 
J. H. Tucker. 



TRUSTEES OF MEREDITH COLLEGE. 

Wesley N. Jones, President ; Robert N. Simms, Vice-President ; John 
E. Ray, Secretary; John T. Pullen, Treasurer ; Josiah William Bailey, 
J. D. Boushall, Needham B. Broughton, E. McK. Goodwin, J. Newton 
Holding, Carey J. Hunter, Stephen Mclntyre, Wm. Louis Poateat, W. C. 
Tyree, Noah Biggs, Samuel W. Brewer, H. B. Moore, R. B. Horn, C. E. 
Holton, Livingston Johnson, J. Y. Joyner, M. L. Kesler, Adiel J. Mon- 
crief, 0. Larkin Stringfield, S. R. Home, W. A. Thomas. 



PROCEEDINGS 

OF THE 

North Carolina Baptist State 
Convention 



EIGHTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 



Hendeesonville, INT. C, December 6, 1910. 

The North Carolina Baptist State Convention met in its 
eightieth annual session with the Hendersonville Baptist 
Church. The sessions were held in the court-house in order 
to accommodate all the delegates and visitors. 

The devotional exercises consisted of scripture reading 
by A. T. Robertson, of the Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary, and prayer by R. J. Willingham, Corresponding 
Secretary of the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern 
Baptist Convention. 

The introductory sermon was preached by J. J. Hall, 
pastor of the Fayetteville Baptist Church, from text. Bo- 
mans 1:14, 15, 16 — "I am debtor both to the Greeks and the 
Barbarians ; both to the wise and to the unwise. So. as 
much as in me is, I am ready to preach the gospel to you that 
are at Rome also. For I am not ashamed of the gospel of 
Christ." 

W. C. Dowd, President of the 1909 session, called the 
Convention to order. 

K. W. Cawthon, pastor of the Hendersonville Baptist 
Church, introduced Hon. Charles French Toms and Hon. 
R. H. Staton, who delivered addresses of welcome. Re- 
sponse on the part of the Convention was made by Walter 
"N". Johnson, of Wake Forest. 

The President of the Convention appointed the following 
committee on enrollment : J. D. Brunei', G. E. Lineberrv. 



10 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

W. A. Thomas, H. B. Moore, J. W. Noell. The committee 
reported 174 delegates present at this hour. 

On motion of F. P. Hobgood, 1ST. B. Broughton was in- 
structed to cast the ballot of the Convention for W. C. Dowd 
for President. 

• On motion of W. N". Johnson, J. E. Ray was instructed 
to cast the ballot of the Convention for 1ST. B. Broughton 
and Chas. E. Brewer as Secretaries. 

A committee to nominate the remaining officers was ap- 
pointed as follows: E. L. Middleton, C. H. Durham, G. T. 
Watkins. 

By special request J. T. Henderson, General Secretary 
of the Laymen's Movement, addressed the Convention. 

The following order of business was adopted: 

ORDER OF BUSINESS. 
Tuesday. 
7:30 p.m. — Sermon and organization. 

Wednesday. 
9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30 a.m. — Report of Board of Missions and Sunday Schools. 
9:45 a.m. — Report of Board of Education. 
10:00 a.m. — Sunday Schools. 
10:30 a.m. — Sunday School Board. 
11:15 a.m. — Foreign Missions. 
12:30 p. m. — Adjournment. 
2:30 p.m. — Recognition of new pastors and visitors, and 

Miscellaneous Business. 
3:00 p.m. — Seminary. 
4:00 p.m. — Ministers' Relief Board. 
7:30 p.m. — Meredith College. 

Thursday. 

9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 

9:30'a. m. — Orphanage. 
10:45 a.m. — State Missions. 
12 : 30 p. m. — Adjournment. 

2:30 p.m. — Miscellaneous. 

2:45 p.m. — Biblical Recorder. 

3:30 p.m. — Obituaries. 

7:30 p. m— Wake Forest. 

8:30 p.m. — Home Missions. 

9:30 p. m. — "Religious Unrest in Europe," Dr. Vining. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 11 

Friday. 
9:00 a.m. — Devotional Exercises. 
9:30 a.m. — .Miscellaneous. 
10:00 a.m. — Laymen's Movement. 
11:00 a.m. — Ministerial Education. 
11:30 a.m. — Woman's Work. 
12:30 p.m. — Adjournment. 
2:30 p.m. — Secondary Schools. 
3:30 p.m. — Miscellaneous. 

7:30 p. m.— B. Y. P. U. W. N. Jones, 

D. I. Watson, 
W. A. Cooper, 
T. M. Arrington, 

Committee. 

The President appointed C. E. Maddry to conduct de- 
votional exercises Wednesday morning. 

The committee to nominate officers made report, which 
was adopted, as follows: 

Vice-Presidents— J. M. McManaway, F. P. Hobgood, J. D. Bruner. 
Corresponding Secretary — Livingston Johnson. 
Treasurer — Walters Durham. 
Auditor — F. H. Briggs. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by J. M. Mc- 
Manaway. 



WEDNESDAY— Morning Session. 

Devotional exercises were conducted by Chas. E. Maddry, 
of Statesville. 

The President called the Convention to order. The pro- 
ceedings of the Tuesday evening session were read and ap- 
proved. 

Livingston Johnson, Corresponding Secretary of the Con- 
vention, presented the following report of the Board of Mis- 
sions and Sunday Schools: 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 
For the blessings that have come to us, we lift our hearts in grateful 
praise to Him who has "crowned the year with His goodness." 

Eighty years ago the Convention was organized and a Board of 



12 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Managers, now known as the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools, 
was appointed. Those who were present at the organization have gone 
to their reward, but their works do follow them. Their faith in enter- 
ing upon such a gigantic enterprise in that day of small things, and 
their wisdom in planning the work, grow more apparent with each 
passing year. They labored and Ave have entered into their labors; 
they sacrificed and we are enjoying the fruits of their sacrifice. 

This is the year in which the Government takes its census in order 
to ascertain the growth of the Nation during the decade. It may not 
be amiss to glance back and see what progress we, as a denomination, 
have made since the last census report. 

A DECADE OF GROWTH. 

Ten years ago there were 166,098 white Baptists in North Carolina. 
The latest figures give us 219,465. Ten years ago Meredith College was 
one year old. Dr. Vann had just come to the presidency. There were 
at that time 227 pupils, four buildings, ana a debt of $43,000.00. Fair- 
cloth Hall has been erected, a general heating plant installed, the 
$43,000.00 debt paid, bequests of $54,000.00 accumulated, and an enroll- 
ment of 393. 

Ten years ago Wake Forest College reported 289 students. There 
have been enrolled so far this year 375. During the decade just closing, 
two buildings have been erected, electric lights installed, a Medical 
Department established, and over $100,000.00 added to the endowment. 

The secondary schools in the State have been brought into a system, 
and an Educational Secretary employed. 

Ten years ago there were 183 children at the Orphanage, and the 
receipts for current expenses were $17,598.00. The Orphanage is now 
caring for 385 children, and the receipts for current expenses last year 
reached $52,298.00. Seven buildings, not including two barns, have 
been erected, and waterworks, sewerage system, electric lights and 
laundry installed. The value of the plant, including invested funds, is 
$240,000.00. 

Three years ago the North Carolina Baptist was bought by the Biblical 
Recorder Company, and the stock of the Recorder has been more widely 
distributed, no one person owning more than $2,000.00 of the $20,000.00 
stock. At the request of the stockholders of the Recorder, the Conven- 
tion appointed seven brethren, who, with the seven directors of the 
Recorder Company, composed a Committee of Fourteen, to which com- 
mittee was assigned the duty of selecting an editor. Tims the Conven- 
tion, without assuming any financial responsibility, is given practical 
control of the paper. We now have one strong paper, with an oppor- 
tunity of increasing its strength and efficiency as the years go by. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 13 

The following comparative figures show growth in contributions: 

1900. 1910. 

State Missions $18,530.14 $41,428.46 

Foreign Missions 8,757.G6 38,882.08 

Home Missions 5,538.05 21,700.07 

Education 2,332.96 5,068.01 

Ministerial Belief 1,099.72 4,448.65 

Sunday Schools 615.05 1,817.47 

Orphanage 17,598.00 52.29S.00 

Total $54,472.18 $105,809.94 

The following figures will give some idea of the work done by the 
missionaries of the Board during the past decade. Ten years ago there 
were seventy-five missionaries, this year there are a hundred and forty- 
eight. Since 1900, the missionaries have reported 18,86S baptisms and 
11,368 have been received by letter, a total of 30,230. Two hundred 
and twenty-nine houses of worship have been finished and one hundred 
and forty-nine churches organized. The contributions to the objects of 
the Convention have reached $03,299.92. For pastors' salary $158,- 
748.04 has been paid and $171,497.84 has been raised for church build- 
ing, making a total of $330,24G.4S for these two items, and a grand total 
of $393,540.40 as the amount raised on mission fields during the last ten 
years. The Baptists of North Carolina have raised and expended for 
State Missions since 1900, $314,147.01. We have gotten back all that 
we have expended and $63,299.92 for the use of our money. 

Let us turn to the work of the year which is just closing. 

STATE MISSIONS. 

We raised this year for State Missions $41,428.46, as against $39,- 
327.95 last year, a gain of $2,100.51. We have had on our roll this year 
14S missionaries. The following table contains a summary of the year's 
work : 

Number of sermons preached 9,445 

Churches supplied 275 

Out stations 106 

Baptisms 2,227 

Added by letter 1,384 

Professions of faith 3,002 

Meetings held 254 

Churches building OS 

Churches finished 2G 

Churches organized 14 



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FINANCIAL. 

Paid on salary $24,724.00 

Paid on churches 2G, 91 1.13 

State Missions 2,7S2.S1 

Associational Missions 1,271.50 

Foreign Missions 2.1S1.10 

Home Missions 1,512.00 

Orphanage 2,500.00 

Education 427.19 

Sunday Schools 305.42 

Ministerial Relief 515.45 

Other objects 4,297.02 

Total $07,494.28 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Number of schools 301 

Number of pupils 20,109 

Conversions in school 1,474 

Number of schools organized 28 

Contributions for expenses $3,820.09 

Contributed to the Orphanage 415.23 

Other objects 1,215.37 

There were 110 more baptisms this year than last, and 207 more were 
received by letter. The financial showing is far better than that of last 
year. There were 41 houses of worship building last year and 08 this. 
The reports show 26 houses finished this year as against 22 last. The 
contributions last year were $51,143.00, while this year they reached 
$67,494.28. 

CHURCH BUILDING FUND. 

The Board recommended last year that all funds raised by the 
Woman's Missionary Societies for State Missions, or so much of this 
money as the Board deemed wise, should be used as a church building 
fund, provided the women, at their convention, should approve such 
action, which they cheerfully did. The Board set aside $5,000.00 to 
aid weak mission points in building houses of worship, the appropria- 
tion of which was to be left to the Executive Committee. The Con- 
vention instructed the committee to pay whatever remained on the debt 
of the Farmville church after all that could be collected for that pur- 
pose should have been paid in. In addition to this, aid has been ex- 
tended to Fremont, Middlesex, Trenton, Hayesville, St. Paul's, East 
Lumberton, and Asheboro. These are all important points and worthy 
of assistance. The small amount of aid extended these struggling 
churches, filled them with hope and courage, and caused them to make 
greater sacrifices in their efforts to complete their houses of worship. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 15 



mittee as to how much of the building fund shall be loaned and how 
much donated. 

ASSISTANT TO THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY. 

At the last meeting of the Board a slight change was made in the 
work of Brother Bradshaw. He was made Assistant to the Correspond- 
ing Secretary, and was instructed to present to the churches and asso- 
ciations the missionary objects of the Convention. The report, which 
here follows, will show the character and results of his work: 

REPORT FOR YEAR 1910. 

Our. work this year has been largely in Western North Carolina. In 
some respects the outlook for the Baptists was never brighter or more 
encouraging. Among the hopeful things we would note first, churches 
which have been doing nothing are showing signs of activity and 
progress. Second, the increase in their pledges to the objects of the 
Convention. Third, the number of laymen in attendance upon the 
associations. Men from the law offices, the farm, the store, the fac- 
tories, came and "laid their splendid powers on the altar before the 
Lord." 

MEETINGS. 

Five months were given to this work. There were thirteen meetings 
held and two hundred and sixteen professions, and one hundred and 
sixty additions. Collected for State Missions, six hundred and seventy- 
two ($072.24) dollars and twenty-four cents. Most of these meetings 
were held at weak churches and mission points; only three meetings 
with self-sustaining churches. 

MISSION INSTITUTES. 

A little more than one month was given to this work. In these 
institutes the subject of Missions is discussed, tracts distributed, and 
questions about the work are answered to the best ability of the 
leaders. Eleven associations were reached. The aim in planning these 
institutes is to reach as many people as possible. 

From the 25th of July to the 20th of November has been given to 
visiting the associations. W. R. Bradshaw. 

woman's work. 

The report of the Central Committee, which follows, shows the work 
of the women to be in excellent condition. The steady progress they 
make from year to year, without any spasmodic effort or high pressure 
methods, is a strong argument for a better financial system in our 
churches. No money spent in State Mission work this year, has 
brought better results than that contributed by the societies which was, 



10 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

by the consent of the women, expended in church building. A study 
of the paragraph headed "Church Building Fund," will give some idea 
of what has been accomplished by the money contributed by the women 
to State Mis-ions. Home and Foreign Missions, the Louisville Train- 
ing School, and the Margaret Home, all receive contributions from these 
societies, and to each larger, contributions have been made this year 
than ever before. 

These women deserve, and should receive, the encouragement of the 
pastors, in the great work they are doing for the Lord. 

With pleasure we give space for their excellent report. 

REPORT OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE WOMAN'S 
MISSIONARY UNION OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

The steady growth in the Woman's Missionary Union of North Caro- 
lina manifests itself in many ways. It is most gratifying to note this 
growth and to mention evidences of it and some causes for it: 

Annual Meetings. — The enthusiastic and largely attended annual meet- 
ings of the Union are coming to mean more and more each year in 
advancing the work. Delegates who attend get a larger grasp of the 
meaning of missions, and many have gone home to show forth this 
inspiration in their own lives and in the work of their churches and 
associations. 

Assodational Work. — Marked development is shown in the associa- 
tional work. In many associations, the women hold their meetings at a 
separate time and place from the regular associations. These meetings 
are planned with great care, and their results are felt in the renewed 
activity of the societies. Where no separate meeting could be arranged, 
through the considerate kindness of the men, special hours have been 
given to the women for meetings. The associational vice-presidents are 
untiring in their work, writing to the societies, visiting them, organ- 
izing new ones and strengthening the old. 

Mission Conferences. — According to plans made at the annual meeting, 
the State was divided into five divisions, each composed of a number of 
associations. In three of these divisions mission conferences were held, 
three days being spent in most profitable discussions of plans for 
increasing the usefulness of the societies and the individual members. 

Society Figures. — The enrollment of societies as reported at the 
annual meeting is as follows: Woman's Missionary Societies, 59S; 
Young Woman's Auxiliaries, 143; Sunbeams, 34G ; Royal Ambassadors, 
39; total, 1,126. In this is included 201 new societies organized during 
the year. The total amount of money reported was $30,002.10. 

Young Woman's Auxiliaries. — The work of the Young Woman's 
Auxiliaries has gone forward steadily. The amount contributed by 
them was $3,372.85, the largest sum given in any one year. The value 
of young women as workers is being more and more felt and appre- 
ciated. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 17 

Sunbeams and Royal Ambassadors. — These two organizations for the 
children and the boys are showing fine advances. Their contributions 
were: Sunbeams, $3,440.50; Royal Ambassadors, $2S2.07. The train- 
ing being given these young mission workers is already showing itself, 
and it is the earnest prayer of all leaders that these boys and girls may 
later become real factors in the Master's cause. 

Office Work. — The resignation of Mrs. Hight C. Moore as Correspond- 
ing Secretary of the Union brought much regret to all who had been 
associated with her. She gave most valuable service to the societies 
and the Union through her faithful and steadfast work. 

Co-operation. — By no means least among the agencies for furthering 
the work of missions through the Woman's Societies is the co-operation 
of the pastors. They have given most cordial aid in numberless cases. 
The secretaries and traveling representatives of our State boards and 
institutions have also afforded valuable assistance in encouraging wo- 
man's work as they have visited the associations, union meetings, etc. 

It is with thanksgiving and praise that we record the growth of the 
past year, and it is our greatest desire that we may be more largely 
used of the Master in the years to come. 

Mrss Fannie E. S. Heck, President. 

Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Cor. Sec. 

Mns. W. N. Joxes, Treasurer. 

Mrs. J. Yates Killian, Sec. Y. W. A. 

Report of Societies for Year Ending February 2S, 1910. 

To Foreign Missions $8,534.06 

To Christmas Offering 3 554 §4 

Total for Foreign Missions $12 113 90 

To Home Missions 4 379 59 

To Home Missions Thank Offering 2,440.57 

To Home Mission Boxes 2 552 04 

Total for Home Missions . . 9 372 20 

To State Missions fiW'M'i 

To Louisville Training School Endowment '547.44 

To Louisville Training School support 200 00 

To Students' Fund o-\ n 

„ , r Go. 00 

lo Margaret Home 137 ■?« 

To Expense Fund 399 '~ 8 

To Sunday School Board 1~9 ~1 

T ° tal $30,002.16 

ASSOCIATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES. 

A very important part of our State Mission organization is the Asso- 
ciahonal Executive Committee. On this committee the Board must de- 
2 



18 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

pend, in large measure, for information about the fields and the men to 
occupy them. As their recommendations carry much weight, they indi- 
rectly administer upon a fund that is exceedingly sacred — sacred be- 
cause of the sacrifices many make to give it, and because it is dedicated 
to the service of Almighty God. Trust funds are regarded as the most 
sacred of all funds, and State Mission money comes under that head. 
It i« the Lord's money, entrusted to certain brethren, to be used in the 
Lord's work, where, in the judgment of those to whom it is entrusted, 
it will count for most. This places upon all who have anything to do 
with the disposition of this money, a fearful responsibility. 

Some executive committees are exceedingly careful, conscientious and 
painstaking in their work, and the progress of our cause in associations 
having such committees, shows the value of the work they do. In 
other associations executive committees are very careless. They simply 
meet and pass upon the applications without thoroughly investigating 
the fields in order to assure themselves that the appropriations they 
recommend are wise. Sometimes sympathy for the preacher who is to 
occupy the field influences the executive committee as to its recommen- 
dations. No matter how deserving the preacher may be, if, for any 
reason, he is not the man for that particular field, it is not a wise use 
of the Lord's money to make an appropriation to him. Sometimes a 
point is weak and is not able to support a preacher without aid, and 
for that reason the Executive Committee recommends an appropriation. 
They should take under careful advisement, however, the future of that 
church, and unless they are convinced that the prospect is sufficient to 
justify the expenditure, they should not recommend it. Members of 
the executive committees should visit the mission points within the 
bounds of their respective associations during the year, advise with and 
encourage the missionaries and note the progress, or lack of progress, 
of Ihe work on the several fields. In this way they can acquaint 
themselves with the mission fields and give direction to the work as 
they could not otherwise do. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 

The progress made by the Sunday School Department, under the 
leadership of Brother Middleton, is quite gratifying. His report shows 
excellent work along all lines. We wish to commend especially the 
"Teacher-Training Feature," the success of which has been exemplified 
in the institutes held during the year at several points in the State. 
Pastors with whose churches these institutes were held, speak in highest 
terms of the excellent work done, and Sunday School workers bear fine 
testimony to the practical benefits to be derived from the lectures and 
study courses given. We are firmly of the opinion that any church 
or group of churches that can arrange for one of these institutes, will 
find such a meeting very helpful. 

We herewith submit the report of the Sunday School Committee: 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 19 

REPORT OF SUNDAY SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

The year has been a good one in our Sunday School work. The De- 
partment is again self-supporting. Gains are found at nearly every 
point of the work. 

By making comparison with 1905 the advancement is evident. In 
number of schools we have gained 40 per cent, in pupils enrolled 54 per 
cent, in perennial schools nearly 90 per cent, in contributions to Sun- 
day School Missions over 100 per cent, and in benevolent contributions 
to Convention objects over 200 per cent. 

FIELD WORK. 

The Secretary is supposed to spend one-half the time among the 
churches, but has done field work during the past year more than this 
much. He has visited the sessions of 18 associations, has done work in 
104 churches of 42 associations, and has spoken and conducted confer- 
ences 240 times. He has visited fewer churches than last year, but 
spoken more, as the larger part of his work was in training schools 
and institutes. He is trying to cover the whole convention territory. 

OFFICE WORK. 

For the first nine months of the year definite plans are laid for 
enlarging and improving our Sunday Schools. During the last three 
months nearly all office work is on the statistical tables. 

General letters are sent to superintendents two to three times a year. 
During April and June special campaigns were conducted in organ- 
izing new Sunday Schools. The Baptist Sunday School Board at Nash- 
ville offered a quarter's literature free to all such schools. Under this 
plan nearly 100 new schools were organized and many unreported old 
schools were found. 

The Rally Day program was again pressed, but not with such success 
as we ought to have on this important day. 

GENERAL CONDITIONS AND NEEDS. 

Besides the statistical reports the Secretary tries to get a general 
report of conditions, needs, etc. Such reports are just in from 36 asso- 
ciations. Improvement is reported in 26, no advancement in 7, retro- 
gression in 1 and no report at this point in 2. The weak points were 
asked for. Twenty-one associations lay it on untrained and inefficient 
teachers, 16 on nonattendance and lack of interest of church members, 
2 on pastors, 2 on poor organization, 3 on the parents. Of course, 
more than one weak place was mentioned in several reports. This gives 
a general index to conditions in all the associations, as these reports 
come from every section of the State. 

FINANCES. 

The year's work was planned by the State Board for a larger expendi- 
ture on printing and postage. This increase has been met, but there 



20 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

has been a decline of $200.65 as compared with last year. The Secre- 
tary felt a year ago that enough churches and Sunday Schools had been 
enlisted to support the work. During the whole year he made only one 
appeal through the columns of the Recorder for Sunday School Mis- 
sions. It seems quite as many contributions have been made as last 
year, but some of the larger contributing churches have given less this 
year. It is desired to unite all our Sunday Schools in all associations 
on this fund. 

STATISTICS. 

Full data can be found in the general statistical tables. We are 
gaining steadily but not rapidly enough. We have gained 128 schools 
this year. Complete returns show 13,172 or more gained in enrollment. 
The number of perennial schools is steadily increasing. We now have 
over 115 branch or mission schools. We have about 214 churches with- 
out Sunday Schools. This list will be carefully made out and worked 
as soon as all associational reports are in. 

TEACHER TRAINING. 

The demand for trained officers and teachers is growing. To meet 
this demand is <me of the largest tasks before Baptists. Our Secretary 
has pressed this work this year with some degree of success. A thousand 
or more are enrolled in our Sunday School Board's normal classes, or are 
studying the ''Convention Normal Manual" privately. Classes have just 
been reported in eight Baptist schools and colleges with 288 enrolled 
in these classes. All these expect to receive diplomas during this year. 
Classes will be organized in four or more schools during the spring 
term, besides enlarged and new classes in schools named above. We 
ought to be able to award 350 diplomas by next June in these insittu- 
tions alone. Training schools have been conducted in Dunn, Rolesville, 
Warrenton, Laurinburg, Burlington, and Raleigh in the lecture course. 
Nearly 700 workers were enrolled in these schools. Over 200 have re- 
ceived the Lecture Course Certificate. The same kind of work was 
done in five other institutes, but for a shorter time. There were two 
tours of institutes reaching 20 churches in 12 associations. All of this 
work will be pressed during next year. 

THE STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSEMBLY. 

This work was undertaken for the first time. It was a training 
school for the whole State. A splendid faculty was secuied. The at- 
tendance was small, but from a dozen or more associations. The in- 
terest was of the best. Barring the small attendance the meeting was 
entirely successful. The matter of perpetuating the work was fully 
discu-sod on th" last day of the assembly. The following resolutions 
were unanimously adopted: 

"Be it resolved, by the North Carolina Baptist Sunday School As- 
sembly, in session at Wake Forest, August 12, 1910: 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 21 

( 1 ) That we urge the Baptist State Convention to" authorize the 
State Mission Board, through its Sunday School Committee, to provide 
for an assembly of this sort during the summer of 1911. 

(2) That the scope of the program be enlarged to include discussions 
of Sunday School work and other denominational activities. 

(3) That the churches and Sunday Schools of the State be asked to 
add $300 to their contributions for Sunday School Missions to assist 
in meeting the expenses of such assembly, that the State Mission Board 
be asked to supplement this amount as far as necessary, and that no 
membership fee be charged delegates attending the meeting." 

We recommend that $100 be appropriated from the regular Sunday 
School Mission fund and that the Secretary raise the balance needed 
as a special fund. 

A POLICY FOB 1911. 

We ought to begin the year with something definite in view. We 
offer the following for our Sunday School work next year: 

1. Thoroughly organize the work in each association in conventions 
and institutes, co-operating closely with the State Sunday School Com- 
mittee and Secretary. 

2. Secure a "Standard of Excellence for Baptist Sunday Schools" 
from the Secretary and begin in each local school an effort to reach Al 
in this standard. 

3. Press the matter of teacher training in normal classes, institutes 
and training schools. 

4. Have a State Sunday School assembly at such a point as the Sun- 
day School Committee and Secretary may select. 

5. Make July our rallying month for Sunday School Missions enlist- 
ing at least a thousand of our schools in this denominational enterprise. 

6. Plan for reaching more of our church members by definite can- 
vasses for those who do not attend. 

N. B. Broughton, 
Chairman Sunday School Committee. 
E. L. Middleton, Secretary. 



FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

We have gone forward some in our contributions to Foreign Missions. 
Last year the receipts for Foreign Missions were $35,040.59, while this 
year's contributions reach $38,882.08, a gain of $3,241.49. These figures 
show some advancement, but we should do far more for this great 
object. 

At the last meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, $000,000 
was fixed as the amount to be raised for Foreign Missions. A Com- 
mittee on Apportionment was appointed, consisting of two from each 
State. This Committee made a just and equitable distribution of this 
amount among the States, according to their best judgment, with the 



22 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

lights before them. The amount which North Carolina is asked to raise 
is $50,000. We regard this as a modest sum for the churches of our 
State to raise for such an important object. 

(For a full report of the work of the Foreign Mission Board see 
Minutes of Southern Baptist Convention.) 



HOME MISSIONS. 

As immigration turns Southward the work of the Home Board be- 
comes more important. The evangelization of the world depends largely 
upon the South, and, because of their great numbers, the responsibility 
rests upon the Baptists of the South as upon no other denomination. 
We must hold the South true to the faith, in order that we may give 
the truth to the world. The Home Mission Board is operating upon a 
basis of $400,000 this year, of which amount North Carolina is asked 
to give $26,000. We reported for Home Missions last year $19,657.78, 
while the Treasurer's report shows $21,700.07 as the amount we have 
contributed this year, a gain of $2,108.29. If between now and the first 
of May we press Home Missions, we can easily reach the $26,000 by the 
meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. (For full report of the 
work of the Home Board, see Minutes of the Southern Baptist Con- 
vention.) 



FINANCIAL. 

The contributions of the denomination to all benevolent objects, as 
far as the information could be gathered, are as follows: 

Missions (State, Foreign, and Home) $102,070.61 

Sunday School Missions 1,817.47 

Ministerial Education 5,068.61 

Ministerial Relief 4,448.25 

Orphanage 52,298.00 

Educational Institutions 53,524.71 

Total $219,333.85 

That we must adopt some better financial system is clear to all who 
have given the matter serious consideration. The old pledge system 
has served its day and should pass out. Under that system pledges 
were made by the delegates to the associations, and redeemed by a com- 
paratively few members, in many of our churches, leaving a large num- 
ber of our people untouched. We must devise some plan by which the 
individual can be reached. With this end in view, in the campaign of 
the associations this fall, the Corresponding Secretary has urged the 
churches to appoint mission committees, to which committees should 
be assigned the duty of making a canvass of the entire membership for 
the purpose of securing, if possible, a pledge from every member for 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 23 

every object of the Convention, the same to be paid in weekly or monthly 
installments. The associations were advised to inaugurate Mission cam- 
paigns, to be conducted by the pastors and such laymen as are willing 
to enlist for the work. This is the plan suggested by the committee 
having in charge the Laymen's Movement. Many of the leading asso- 
ciations adopted these suggestions, and in some associations campaigns 
are already under way. Several churches have tried the "every member 
canvass" method and in every instance the results have been very 
gratifying. 

We heartily recommend the following, as an improvement on the 
pledge system: 

1. A Mission campaign in every association. 

2. A Mission Committee or committees in every church whose duty 
it shall be — 

(a) To solicit a pledge for every object of the Convention from every 
member of the church, the same to be paid weekly or monthly; 

(b) To see that these pledges are paid, so far as possible, when due. 

(c) To distribute tracts and other mission literature. Tracts can be 
had from the Corresponding Secretary. 

3. The use of the collection envelopes. Churches which have preach- 
ing every Sunday will find the Duplex Envelope best. These can be 
secured at small cost from the Duplex Envelope Co., of Richmond, Va. 

This plan is, of course, flexible, and it may be necessary to change it 
to suit local conditions. Some churches may find it better to use the 
budget plan, that is, to take the pledges for all the objects in a lump 
and assign to a judicious committee the distribution of the funds, giv- 
ing to each object its proportionate part. Other churches may succeed 
better by having a committee for each object. These matters must be 
decided by the church in conference. The point we are urging is that 
some method be adopted by which a much larger percentage of our 
membership can be reached and enlisted. 

EXPENSES. 

The total expense of administration this year is $6,150.35. This in- 
cludes salaries of the Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Recording 
Secretaries, Auditor and two stenographers (one for the Mission Rooms 
and the other for the Woman's Central Committee), traveling expenses 
of the Corresponding Secretary, office rent, fuel, printing, and postage. 
The total expense is six per cent of the entire amount raised for Mis- 
sions. The printing and distribution of the minutes, and the salaries 
of the Recording Secretaries do not legitimately belong to the expense 
of administration. If these items should be deducted, 5 1-3 per cent 
would cover all the other expense. Ten years ago it required 10 per 
cent to meet expenses. While our expenses are heavier now than then, 
the per cent is only a little over half as much. By enlarging our con- 
tributions we can reduce the per cent of expense. 



24 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

BAPTIST BOOK STORE. 

The Book Store has had a successful year; quite a good local trade 
has been built up, and a large mail order business has been established. 
Mr. W. O. Allen is the very efficient Manager, and the store, under his 
wise management, is gaining in prosperity year by year. 

CONCLUSION. 

The backward glance shows gratifying progress, but as we turn to 
the future, what vast possibilities stretch out before us! What a 
mighty host we have become, and what great things we can do in our 
Master's name if we consecrate our lives to His service! In the next 
quarter of a decade Ave should make as great advancement as we have 
made in the last decade, and at the end of the next ten years we should 
begin to talk in terms of millions. Dr. Gambrell says that the 300,000 
Baptists of Texas, with the right direction of forces, with prayer and 
a holy purpose, could raise a round million for the general work next 
year. Surely the million-dollar mark ten years from now is not an 
unreasonable task for the Baptists of North Carolina to set before them. 
These words from Dr. Gambrell to the Baptists of Texas are applicable 
to North Carolina: 

"One thing we must not fail in : we must get a fresh grip on God. 
If we lose sight of the Unseen, the Eternal, the weakness of unbelief 
will unravel all our strength and leave us helpless before our enemies. 
More than everything else now, we need eyes to see the promised land 
lying before us, and to hear the voice of our divine leader call to us: 
'Go Forward'." 

John E. Ray, President. 

Livingston Johnson, Corresponding Secretary. 

W. It. Cullom read the following report of the Board of 
Education : 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

There are at present at Wake Forest seventy (70) men preparing for 
the work of the ministry, and four (4) preparing for the work of med- 
ical missions. Of this number, sixty (CO) are receiving aid from the 
Board of Education — fifty-eight (58) ministers and two (2) medical 
missionaries. It will be seen by comparing this report with that of 
last year that the number is a little below that of a year ago. This 
should be a matter of deep concern to this Convention. With the num- 
ber of churches multiplying at home and abroad, with the number of 
new fields that are everywhere calling for men, and with many of the 
churches doubling the amount of preaching that they require, this fall 
off in the number of men giving themselves to the ministry of the 
gospel should cause us to pause and give serious attention to the com- 
mand of Jesus in Matt. 9:37, 38, viz., that we pray the Lord of the 
harvest to send forth laborers into His harvest. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 25 

It may be a matter of interest to this Convention to know something 
of the formative influences lying back of these men, especially in the 
matter of preparatory schools. Of these men, fourteen (14) come from 
Buie's Creek, eight (8) from Cary High School, six (C) from Mars 
Hill, five (5) from Leaksville-Spray, three (3) from Winterville, two 
(2) from Haywood Institute, one each from Salemburg, Murphy, Mann- 
dale, Wingate, Fairview, Sandy Creek, Wallburg, Globe Academy, Yad- 
kin Valley Institute, Owen and Pee Dee Institute; and seven from as 
many State and private high schools, and the others from denomina- 
tional or State high schools outside the State. 

FINANCES. 

The income of the Board for the past year has been as follows : 

Balance on hand from last year $807.34 

Receipts from collections, etc., as acknowledged in Recorder. . . 5,0G8.61 

Total $5,875.95 

Paid out as per vouchers 1-214 $4,51S.37 

Balance on hand $1,357.58 

It will be seen that the income of the Board has been larger this year 
than ever before. This is very gratifying to the Board, and should 
call forth gratitude to God from every member of this Convention. 
We attribute this increase in part at least to two special helps during 
the past year. One of these is the very valuable assistance given to 
the Board by its associate members in the respective associations, and 
the other is the timely and very gracious help rendered hy the Sunday 
Schools in the special collection given to the work of the Board last 
spring. We very earnestly, recommend that the assistance of these two 
agencies be solicited for the coming year. 

IN MEMORIAM. 

In the death of Bro. Jas. F. Slate, of Stokes County, during the 
year the Board has lost one of its most helpful benefactors. Before his 
death this beloved servant of God had established the Slate Loan Fund, 
and committed it to the Board of Education to administer for him. 
This fund is intended to aid young ministers who are pursuing their 
course of study at Wake Forest in times of special emergency. Its 
practical working has been demonstrated in a large number of cases 
already, and its real usefulness has just begun. To this fund Brother 
Slate gave $1,000 before his death, and on the day of his death he told 
his children where he had placed another thousand dollars to be added 
to his former gift, making two thousand in all that he gave to it. 
And be it said to his children's credit, that not only was there not a 
single question raised about carrying out their father's wishes, but that 
they themselves are taking great interest in the practical working of 



26 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

the fund. In just a few days after the father's death the whole thou- 
sand dollars was in the hands of the Secretary, in nice, clean currency. 
For this very gracious and generous act on the part of our beloved 
brother and his children this Convention should never cease to be 
grateful. 

THANKS TO BRO. SPILMAN. 

During the year the office of the Board has been furnished with one 
of the latest and most improved duplicating machines in the form of 
an up-to-date Writer Press. For this valuable addition to our equip- 
ment we are indebted to Rev. B. W. Spilman and something like a hun- 
dred and forty-nine others who furnished a dollar each of the amount 
necessary to purchase this machine. Bro. Spilman, in his own inimi- 
table way, took the lead in giving and in collecting this money. To 
him and to each one who participated in this gracious act the Board 
would extend its most hearty thanks and its best wishes, begging that 
each one will remember the work of the Board at a throne of grace that 
more and more it may be an agency in God's hands for promoting the 
work of the kingdom. 

CORRESPONDENCE WORK. 

About one hundred copies of Dr. Jas. Denny's great book, Jesus and 
the Gospel, and about a hundred and fifty copies of Horace BushnelPs 
The Character of Jesus have been sent out through the Correspondence 
Department of this work. Our committee on this subject is going to 
urge our pastors to take up a careful and as comprehensive study of 
missions as possible during the next few months. 

Looking back over the year as a whole we feel like saying hitherto 
the Lord hath led us. Let us renew our strength in Him for yet larger 
and better things in the year to come. 

W. R. Cullom, 
Corresponding Secretary. 

The following report of the Committee on Sunday Schools 
was presented : 

REPORT ON SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

If growth and movement are indications of vitality, the Sunday School 
is assuredly a living institution. It is growing. It is growing in num- 
bers. The world's Sunday School forces reach a total of twenty-eight 
millions. In the Baptist ranks of our own State we have attained the 
number of 105,000. While this achievement gives no cause for boasting, 
for our church membership is 220,223, it presents a condition that is 
hopeful and even promising. 

The Sunday School is not only growing in numbers, but it is devel- 
oping in efficiency. It is possessed of movement. Consider the empha- 
sis that has in recent years been placed on the primary department. 
The work that is being done in the modern city Sunday School, in this 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 27 

department of the work, will bear comparison with similar work done 
in the day schools by professional teachers. 

Another phase of Sunday School work that is receiving much atten- 
tion at the present time is the adult department. A persistent effort 
is being made to interest the grown folks in the Sunday School. It 
is meeting with gratifying success, largely through the introduction of 
the "organized class" idea. Enough has been accomplished already to 
warrant us in continuing the campaign to get the church interested 
in the Sunday School. Now this adult work is distinctly an American 
institution, and at the World's Sunday School Convention, held in 
Washington last May, the parade of adult Sunday School scholars was 
a revelation to the foreign delegates. 

Yet another evidence of the movement that is at work in the Sunday 
School is seen in the present "Lesson" situation. The Sunday School 
atmosphere is well-nigh electrical. It is no exaggeration to say that 
it was charged with all sorts of potentialities at the close of Dr. Frost's 
deliverance at the last meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. 

Now, no lesson system is perfect; and the one prevailing at the 
present time may be incompetent or inadequate. It may need revision, 
amendment or decapitation. There are two factors in Sunday School 
work that are of supreme importance: one is the lesson, the other is 
the teacher. To effect improvement in either, or both, is clearly within 
the scope of the worker, but to impair the effectiveness of either, or 
both, would be a calamity. Whatever is done, therefore, in connection 
with the lesson, must needs be done at the expenditure of patient inves- 
tigation, mature thought, and fervent prayer. Yet the statement is in- 
controvertible that the agitation for improvement in so fundamental a 
matter as the lesson itself betokens the fact that the Sunday School, as 
an institution, has gripped the spirit of our people as never before. 

Whatever may be our opinion on the lesson situation, we are as one 
on the need for continual improvement in Sunday School methods, both 
in respect to teaching and to administration. Your committee, there- 
fore, again urges the value of Teacher Training work, and respectfully 
suggests the importance of each Sunday School taking up such work,, 
under the guidance of the experts of our Sunday School Board at Nash- 
ville, and furthermore, suggests the using of the superb literature ema- 
nating from our own Board. 

Your committee would not close this report without calling the atten- 
tion of the Convention to the steady increase in the Sunday School in- 
terest among our own people. We have in the Baptist Sunday Schools 
of North Carolina an enrollment of 165,000 scholars, which is an in- 
crease of 11,500. We have 1,790 Sunday Schools, which is an increase 
of 109. There are 1,050 "evergreen" Sunday Schools reported, and in 
many associations no report. These figures mean progress. In no ful- 
some praise do we say it, but because we believe it to be true, that 
this promising condition of the Sunday School work in our State is 



28 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

largely due to the efforts of our beloved Sunday School Secretary, Bro. 
E. L. Middleton, whose labors have not been in vain in the Lord. 
Respectfully submitted, 

William Hedley, Chairman. 

After discussion by E. L. Middleton, Sunday School Field 
Secretary for North Carolina, I. J. Van Ness, Editor of the 
Publications of the Sunday School Board of the Southern 
Baptist Convention, and B. W. Spilman, Field Secretary 
of the same board, the report was adopted. 

In the absence of the report of the Committee on Foreign 
Missions it was voted to proceed with the discussion and 
the Secretaries were authorized to insert the report, when 
received. The discussion included addresses by B. J. Wil- 
lingham and T. B. Ray, of the Foreign Mission Board; G. 
W. Green, missionary in Canton, China; Calder T. Willing- 
ham, missionary to Japan ; and a letter, read by L. Johnson, 
from Clarence H. Poe, Editor of the Progressive Farmer, 
now making a tour of the world. 

The following telegram was read : 

Chester, Pa., Dec. G, 1910. 
Baptist Stale Convention, care N. B. Broughton, Sec., HcndcrsonuiUc, 
N. C. 

The following sons of North Carolina at present students at Crozer 
Theological Seminary send you greeting?: E. E. White, J. M. Adams, 
T. D. Collins, R. I. Clark, 0. W. Henderson, F. P. Davis, H. P. Lamb, 
T. D. Copeland, J. W. Barrett, Jr. 



WEDNESDAY — Afternoon Session. 

The Convention reassembled with Vice-President McMan- 
away presiding, and was led in prayer by J. T. Plott, of 
Ilaypsville. 

The following visitors were recognized and welcomed : 
J. C. C. Dunford and J. C. Midyett, of Kentucky; R. J. 
Willingham, of the Foreign Mission Board; C. T. Willing- 
ham, of Japan ; I. J. Van Ness, of the Sunday School Board ; 
J. N. Prestridge, of the Baptist World ; J. T. Henderson. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 29 

of the Laymen's Movement ; G. W. Green, of China ; A. T. 
Robertson, of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; 
G. C. Cates, of Kentucky. 

Pastors recently assuming charge of pastorates within our 
bounds were given the hand of welcome as follows : W. R. 
L. Smith, of Chapel Hill; E. L. Wells, of Edenton ; J. M. 
McManaway, of Waynesville ; R. E. Peele, of Burgaw ; J. 
G. Graham, of King's Mountain. 

A. T. Robertson addressed the Convention in behalf of 
the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Pledges 
amounting to $1,327 were made to aid young ministers at 
that institution. 

The Secretaries were requested to suitably acknowledge 
the messages received from J. W. Lynch, of Durham, and 
the ministerial students in Crozer Seminary from North 
Carolina. 

J. M. Arnette presented the report of the Ministers' Re- 
lief Board as follows : 

REPORT OF THE BAPTIST MINISTERS' RELIEF BOARD. 

Many of our preachers, once active in the Baptist ministry in North 
Carolina, by reason of age or affliction are not now able to measure up 
to the active service demanded by our churches. Quite a number of 
these are without adequate means of support. Sometimes, too, the 
widow of a decease'd minister, one who has been a loyal helpmeet to her 
husband, sharing cheerfully in his toils and sacrifices, is left in needy 
circumstances. 

The function of the Ministers' Relief Board is to meet the needs of 
such ministers and their widows as best it can with the funds supplied 
by the denomination. There are at present thirty-four beneficiaries. 
Five have been received on the Board this year and three have died. 

We are glad to be able to report increasing liberality on the part of 
our churches toward this ob'ect. But we regret that nearly three-fifths 
of our churches give nothing to this worthy work. More than one- 
fourth of our associations do not contribute to this object, while a 
number of those contributing give almost nothing. Four of the asso- 
ciations not contributing to the work have beneficiaries on the Board. 
We do, therefore, earnestly recommend that some pastor or layman in 
each association see to it that the needs of these old preachers and their 
families be properly represented. We call attention also to the fact 
that the cost of living is increasing and the number of those needing 
and deserving our aid is increasing. 



30 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

The Board, feeling the need of co-laborers and a more active sym- 
pathy, has decided to ask the Convention to appoint associate members 
in various parts of the State, who, in their respective sections, will 
carry in mind and heart, in a special way, the interests of this work. 

We are glad also to report that the Christmas offering for this work, 
which was recommended by the Convention at Wilson and emphasized 
by the Convention at Wadesboro, is proving practical, growing in favor 
with our churches, and is very materially increasing the funds of this 
Board. We hope, however, that the Christmas offering this year may be 
much larger than heretofore and that many more of our churches may 
take a part in it. We feel that nothing more beautiful has been done 
by this Convention than to recommend that each church make a special 
offering for the aged ministers on the Sunday nearest Christmas on 
which the church may have services. We have felt able this year, for 
the first time, to send each beneficiary a small Christmas check. Envel- 
opes for this offering will be supplied on application. 

W. C. Barrett, President. 

J. M. Arnette, Secretary. 

Report of Treasurer of Baptist Ministers' Relief Board for Year 
Ending December 5, 1010. 

received. 
1909. 

Dec. li. Balance $1,717.30 

1910. 

Mar. 10. W. L. Stewart $94.89 

July 5. W. Durham, Treas 2,391.57 

Nov. 3. W. Durham, Treas 1,650.84 

Dec. 5. YV. Durham, Treas 806.64 

Interest. 
P. I. B. Fund 445.73 5,389.67 



$7,106.97 



DISBURSED. 

First quarter, 32 beneficiaries $610.00 

Second quarter, 33 beneficiaries 643.75 

Third quarter, 35 beneficiaries 676.25 

Fourth quarter, 34 beneficiaries 843.75 $2,773.75 

Printing, postage, etc 120.65 

Expense Corresponding Secretary 111.00 231.65 

P. I. B. Fund 1,647.98 

Balance 2,453.59 

$7,106.97 



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.„„(. PERMANENT INTEREST BEARING FUND. 

Dec. G. Reported $9,406.25 

Received 1,647.98 

$11,054.23 

Sundry loans $10,492.90 

Balance 561.33 



$11,054.23 

Examined and approved. H. A. Fousiiee, 

W. J. Brogden, 
December 5, 1910. Auditors. 

Addresses on this report were made by J. M. Arnette, A. 
Johnson and F. M. Jordan. A cash collection of $62.20 was 
taken for Brother F. M. Jordan. 

C. F. Meserve offered a resolution on Temperance, which 
was referred to a committee consisting of C. F. Meserve, 
A. A. Butler, J. J. Hall, L. R. Eruett, S. F. Conrad. 

The following committee was appointed to consider ways 
and means of increasing attendance on the Convention : 
W. 1ST. Johnson, F. P. Hobgood, Jno. E. Ray, C. L. Greaves, 
T. W. Chambliss. 

The following resolution was offered by L. Johnson and 
adopted : 

Whereas, we greatly rejoice in the work being done by the women of 
our denomination, and 

Whereas, they no longer hold their annual meeting at the time and 
place at which our Convention, is held, and 

Whereas, these two Conventions should be kept in close touch with 
each other; therefore, 

Resolved, That we request the women to appoint ten messengers, who 
shall bear a report to this Convention, which report shall be submitted 
through the Corresponding Secretary. 

A. J. Vining, of London, Canada, representing the Bap- 
tist World Alliance, was presented to the Convention and 
given a cordial greeting. 

The President appointed the following committees : 

Nominate Board of Missions and Sunday Schools — J. S. Farmer, C. M. 
Rock, N. Buckner, S. Huffman, R. H. Herring, L. R. Pruett, G. T. Wat- 
kins, C. S. Cash well. 



32 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Place and Preacher for Next Session — J. H. Tucker, Geo. P. Harrill, 
Jno. E. Ray, T. B. Justice, T. G. Wood, G. T. Lumpkin, H. B. Moore, 
C. E. Maddry. 

Obituaries — T. J. Taylor, A. A. Pippin, A. C. Irvin, J. M. Dunaway, 
W. F. Barker, C. M. Wall, G. B. Pruett. 

Orphanage— J. A. Campbell, C. G. Wells, J. 0. Fullbright, R. H. Sta- 
ton, E. B. Earnshaw, W. E. Cullom, J. W. Suttle, J. F. Mitehener. 

Nominate Board of Education — T. W. Chambliss, S. J. Justice, T. L. 
Durham, Ed. Long, S. N. Watson, Josiah Crudup, J. G. Blalock. 

Nominate Aged Ministers' Belief Board — W. H. Reddish, A. A. Butler, 
J. W. Kesterson, D. P. Dellinger, J. W. Elliott, A. J. Freeman, J. T. 
Justice, 0. V. F. Blythe. 

Arrange Order of Business for Next Session — Carey J. Hunter, W. R. 
Beach, Jno. E. Ray, J. W. Bailey, J. Y. Joyner. 

~\Yoman's Work—K. W. Cawthon, Hight C. Moore, C. F. Toms, J. J. 
Hall, T. S. Crutchfield, A. A. McLelland, R. E. Peele. 

Foreign Missions — J. H. Foster, W. M. Vines, J. C. Morrow, A. H. 
Porter. J. M. Alderman, E. R. Harris, R. D. Carroll. 

Home Missions — \Y. M. Vines, G. P. Hamrick, A. I. Justice, C. F. 
Meserve, I. X. Loftin, J. R. Miller, 0. L. Stringfield. 

State Missions— C. E. Maddry, W. C. McConnell, W. N. Cook, C. R. 
Whitaker, G. E. Lineberry, E. L. Wells, R. A. Sentelle, J. J. Beach. 

Biblical Recorder — T. W. Bailey, J. G. Denfield, E. McK. Goodwin, 
C. M. Beach, W. R. Bradshaw, W. A. Thomas, C. F. Whitlock. 

Ministers' Relief Board — J. M. McManaway, J. L. Beach, C. S. Full- 
bright, Josiah Elliott, J. F. Tilson, Jesse McCarter, I. P. Hedgepeth. 

Religious Exercises — Pastors and deacons, Hendersonville churches. 

The Convention adjourned after singing "Amazing Grace, 
How Sweet the Sound," led by our venerable Brother F. M. 
Jordan, and prayer by J. J. Hall. 



WEDXESDAY— Evening Session. 

The Convention joined in singing "How Eirm a Founda- 
tion, Ye Saints of the Lord," and was led in prayer by E. E. 
Bomar, of Charlotte. 

An invitation from Superintendent B. M. Ivins to visit the 
city graded schools was read and, by special action, appreci- 
ation was expressed for the same. 

The Trustees of Meredith College made the following 
report : 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 33 

REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF MEREDITH COLLEGE. 

The return of this anniversary of our North Carolina Baptists finds 
your college for women still enjoying the favor of God. One of its 
most cheering features, to one who observes closely the inner life of the 
college, is the deepening and more pervasive spirit of consecration 
among its students. With no trace of cant and no suppression of the 
natural, buoyant joy of youth, there is still evident among our young 
women a healthful, vigorous, religious life; and this life does not mani- 
fest itself in occasional paroxysms, but seems to be the natural product 
of a deep seated and permanent principle. It appears not only in the 
general spirit of the students and in various forms of organization, but 
in practical personal service. 

A series of sermons recently delivered in the chapel by Bro. W. L. 
Walker, one of the regular evangelists of our Home Board, were marked 
by the absence of emotional appeals and by a clear, forcible, and dis- 
criminating statement of the fundamental doctrines of grace. They re- 
sulted in several conversions, but they also gave our students better 
ideals of evangelistic sermons, and clearer conceptions of the principles 
of our faith. 

It has also been our privilege this fall to enjoy the benefits of the 
Sunday School Teachers' Training School of our Board in Nashville. 
The lectures on primary work delivered in our chapel by Miss Williams, 
were heard by almost the whole school, while many had the opportunity 
of hearing most of the lectures at the First Church by Brethren Spill- 
man, Leavell, Moore, and Middleton and Miss Williams, and some were 
permitted to attend the entire course. 

We have enrolled to date 3G0 students, representing six States and G8 
counties; and the health of the college has been almost perfect. Nor 
have any been called home since the session opened by sickness or death 
at home, a fact unprecedented, we believe, in the life of the college. 
One case of appendicitis has appeared, requiring the subject to go home 
for an operation, and another girl suffered a serious burn from the 
explosion of an alcohol lamp in her hand. Her condition is still serious, 
but is hopeful. 

I here have been few changes in the Faculty since our last report. 
The college Faculty is the same as that of last session, with the excep- 
tions of Mr. Brown, who has been excused for a year of study in 
Europe; Miss Poteat, who has been excused for a rest during the fall 
term, on account of the exacting service occasioned by the long illness 
and subsequent death of her mother; Miss Morris, who filled the chair 
of Latin, in the absence of Miss Meserve, and who is now teaching in 
Vassar; and Miss Pettit, who conducted the Violin Department in the 
absence of Mr. Hagedorn. Mr. Hagedorn, after a year of study in 
Europe, resumes his position as Professor of Violin, and is acting Dean 
of the Music School in Mr. Brown's absence, while Mrs. Hagedorn is 
carrying the latter's classes. Miss Meserve has returned to her work 

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34 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

after a year of study in Chicago. Mr. Brown is expected to take his 
place in April. We have been fortunate in securing Miss Heslope Pure- 
foy in the Art Department during Miss Poteat's temporary retirement. 

Last spring important changes in our organization were suggested by 
our Faculty and authorized by the trustees, whereby all actual college 
work has been absolutely separated from that of the Academy, or Pre- 
paratory school. Under this plan, no college teacher now teaches any 
class in preparatory work, and no preparatory teacher can teach any 
college class. This plan, which became effective at our opening in Sep- 
tember, provides a distinct college course, taught only by regular Pro- 
fessors, Assistant Professors, and Instructors, and a thoroughly organ- 
ized Academy. The Academy furnishes instruction in the first eight 
grades, which are taught by three teachers. This department is run for 
the benefit of our people in Raleigh who prefer a private school for their 
children, and as a feeder to the Academy proper and the college. The 
High School department of the Academy employs five teachers for 
literary subjects and music, and the entire Academy is under the direc- 
tion of Miss Lucy Dickinson, a graduate of Hollins Institute, with two 
years at Vassar. Miss Dickinson teaches high school English. The 
other new teacher added to the Academy Faculty since our last report 
is Miss Ethel May Carroll, who teaches History, Mathematics, and Ped- 
agogy. After graduating at Meredith, Miss Carroll taught several years 
in our State high schools with flattering success. The High School work 
of the Academy is taught in the college buildings and offers excellent 
advantages for students who come to us inadequately prepared for 
college. 

It may be added that this new arrangement, with some changes re- 
sulting therefrom, will make us eligible/as we have reason to believe, 
for admission to Class A of the United States Government Report on 
Education, a distinction now enjoyed by only four women's colleges 
in the South. 

The entrance requirements of half a year more of Latin and Mathe- 
matics became effective this fall. 

In acocrdance with instructions given at your last session, our Trus- 
tees have made such preparation as they could to begin the campaign 
for endowment at this session of the Convention. Their purpose is to 
raise $150,000 in all, $100,000 of which is to be invested as an endow- 
ment fund, and $50,000 is to be expended on permanent improvements. 
After considerable correspondence with the General Education Board, of 
New York, covering more than a year, and an interchange of visits be- 
tween some officials of that Board and the President of the College, the 
Board has agreed to give the College $50,000 on condition that we raise 
$100,000 and pay off all outstanding obligations. At its session this 
(Wednesday) afternoon, our board agreed to accept the offer under the 
conditions named, and also voted that the Convention be requested to 
older the movement launched by the taking of subscriptions tonight. 
The limit set for closing up the work is December 1, 1913, and it is de- 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 35 

sired that as far as practical subscriptions be made payable in three 
annual installments. 

The terms offered by the General Education Board are unusually 
generous, since they allow $1 for every $2 raised by us; whereas they 
generally offer one for three or four, and in one instance for six. 
Moreover, the Board offers to remit its proportion quarterly each year 
on certified statements of cash raised by us; so that prompt and regular 
payments will add materially to the value of the gifts of our people. 

In last year's report attention was called to the dangers threatening 
our denominational institutions from the trend of the State's educa- 
tional policies, and the spirit manifested by certain large contributors 
to the promotion of education in this country. Since that report was 
presented nothing has occurred to allay the apprehensions there ex- 
pressed, but on the other hand, the tendency in the other direction has 
become still more marked and alarming. And conditions have arisen 
which make it necessary that Meredith College at least be endowed 
without delay. 

It was voted that the Trustees of Meredith College be 
authorized to begin a campaign for an endowment fund 
for that institution of $150,000. 

R. T. Vann and J. W. Bailey made addresses and pledges 
for the endowment of Meredith College were made amount- 
ing to $26,566. 

The Convention adjourned after prayer by A. A. Butler. 



THURSDAY — Morning Session. 

Devotional services were conducted by Geo. C. Cates. 

W. N. Johnson, for the Committee to Consider Ways 
and Means of Increasing Attendance on our Annual Meet- 
ings, presented a report, which was adopted, as follows: 

We recommend that the work entrusted to this committee be referred 
to another committee, which shall report at the next Convention after 
having thoroughly studied the situation. 

The President appointed the same committee for this 
work, namely, W. 1ST. Johnson, F. P. Hobgood, J. E. Ray, 
T. W. Chambliss and C. L. Greaves. 

The following were recognized and given fraternal greet- 
ing: H. L. Riley, of South Carolina; V. I. Masters, of the 



3G N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Home Mission Board; J. E. McManaway, of South Caro- 
lina. 

F. P. Hobgood, President of the Board of Trustees of the 
Thomasville Orphanage, presented the following report, 
which was ordered printed in the Minutes: 

REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF THE THOMASVILLE BAPTIST 
ORPHANAGE. 

At the twenty-fifth mile post, we look down the road over which 
we have come. Reverently we bow to Him who inspired and has 
guarded well this undertaking. What we are today is the result of 
the labors of God's people working with Him "to fill that which is 
behind the afflictions of Christ." Thousands of lives have gone into 
this enterprise, making it possible for us to stand today on this vantage 
ground. "Other men labored and we are entered into their labors." 
And yet these are but the beginnings of all that is to be. More than 
twelve hundred children have found homes within these walls, and only 
He who holds the future in His hands can read the report of the one 
hundredth annual meeting. 

The year which has just closed has been successful financially. We 
have no debt. No high pressure has been used. Even our distresses 
have not been used for collection purposes. In the main, the health of 
our children has been good, about our average for several years. Our 
smallpox scare looked serious for a while, but the first eases were the 
last. Most of the cases were very slight. As was explained in the 
papers at the time, it was brought to us by allowing some children to 
visit relatives in the town. It transpired that there was a case con- 
cealed in the house unknown to the town authorities. We have decided 
that hereafter all children shall be vaccinated as they enter. One of 
the victims died, but smallpox can hardly be considered even a contrib- 
uting cause, as he already had a worse disease and there was no hope of 
his recovery. We had one other death from pneumonia. 

We are glad to report that the spirit and behaviour of the children 
have been above the average. This as a word of encouragement to them 
and to you. Pastor Crutch field is doing effective work among them and 
we are seeing the fruits of his labors. 

The average number of children for the year was three hundred and 
eighty-six. Twenty-seven were returned to mothers and other relatives, 
two accepted positions, three went to higher schools, and two died. 

The work of the school has been improved by adding a ninth grade. 
Effort is also making not only for higher culture, but for better indus- 
trial training to meet the needs for practical life. 

The farm is in better condition than ever before. Much of the land 
which is used in trucking has been drained by tiling according to the 
most improved methods. The crops were good, more vegetables than 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 37 

usual were raised. More than sixteen hundred bushels of sweet potatoes 
were housed. The herd of cattle is much improved and is being tested 
periodically by the State Veterinarian as a guard against tuberculosis. 
Mr. Averitt, the farmer as well as treasurer, has a valuable assistant 
in Mr. B. F. Crutchfield, who has special charge of the dairy and truck- 
ing features of the farm. 

The new industrial building is nearing completion. The building 
committee estimated that the plan adopted would make it cost about 
nine thousand dollars, but the cost will not be less. This is being pro- 
vided for by private subscriptions. About seven thousand dollars have 
been subscribed so far. Like the Woman's Building, this will make 
room for another purpose. As soon as it is ready for use, (Jliarity and 
Children will go over into the Mills Memorial Building, which has been 
used for a shoe shop and planing mill. This gives these enterprises 
breathing space. It gives Charity and Children a chance to do better 
work, and especially to take up job work, which it has never been able 
to do for lack of room and equipment. It will give the shoe shop room 
and light, and other and varied mechanical training can be given to the 
boys. 

No marked improvements have been made in buildings. Many minor 
touches have been made which do not show on the outside. The old 
chapel has been turned into a very convenient cottage for the assistant 
farmer. 

Attention needs to be called to the fact that we are crowding children 
in our buildings too much. They are not more crowded than they 
have been for years, but it is becoming evident to us that smaller num- 
bers should be in a cottage. This was the original plan, and it was the 
right one. Our school building is too small. At its last meeting our 
Board urged the need of a church building or chapel that would meet 
the demand for preaching. This is sorely needed. We are happy to 
report that the West Chowan Association has plans on foot for the 
erection of a building to bear its name. We hear that others are think- 
ing of erecting buildings. Several new buildings are needed to relieve 
the crowded condition of the houses already occupied, as well as to 
admit those knocking at our doors. As it is now, it is utterly impos- 
sible to care for all who are calling for help. Those who stand at the 
center of this work realize the need of enlarging this work, that new 
dormitories are needed badly; but they have also learned that large 
numbers unassimilated are in danger of becoming a mob, for the lack 
of equipment and facilities for system and organization. Much equip- 
ment has been added and now we can safely call for more cottages. 

In the meantime we desire to sound a note of warning: Too many are 
seeking to cast their burdens on the Orphanage. Belatives, and even 
mothers, many of them, are too ready to unload their children on the 
Orphanage. If we are to undertake the care of all these, we will have 
on our hands a multitude of the shiftless and the incompetent, and in- 
stead of helping we may encourage them in their worthlessness. The 



38 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Orphanage was built and is supported for the orphaned, the really needy 
and dependent promising child. We appeal to the pastors and leaders 
to stand guard in their communities and see to it that the management 
is not imposed upon, that only the most needy and most deserving find 
their way to the Thomasville Baptist Orphanage. 

The report of the Committee on the Orphanage was read 

as follows: 

REPORT OX ORPHANAGE. 

Our Orphanage is closing one of the best years in its history. It has 
grown in its hold upon the hearts of our people. 

The Orphanage is no longer considered by our people a place where 
charity is dispensed, but is thought of as a home for the education and 
training of helpless orphans. In all of the industrial features work is 
made to contribute toward the education of the children, training mind 
and hand under the best possible moral conditions. 

Through all the years a kind Providence seems to have guided in the 
selection of the men who have directed its affairs. Never was the 
Orphanage more fortunate than now in its management. 

The farm is being improved, modern methods of work are being em- 
ployed, affording valuable training for the boys and at the same time 
yielding some revenue for the support of the institution. 

The industrial building is nearing completion. The object of this 
building is to provide training for boys who have a mechanical turn 
of mind. When this building is completed, the 'Mills Memorial Build- 
ing, now used for other purposes, will be turned over to Charity and 
Children, and thus furnish ample facilities for the growing business 
of the paper. 

NEEDED IMPROVEMENTS. 

1. As each of the houses is at present overcrowded, the need for more 
dormitories is pressing. A large number of worthy applicants are 
denied admittance for lack of room. 

2. The present school building is entirely inadequate to the best train- 
ing of the children. There are but six rooms, one of them very small, 
only two of which are well suited for school work. 

'■'•. An assembly hall, affording opportunity for gathering the children 
together in the necessary public services of the institution, should be 
provided. 

4. Plans ought to be made for providing a course in stenography for 
the girls and also for instruction in instrumental music. 

THE ORPHANAGE FINANCES. 

The present methods of raising money for current expenses can hardly 
be improved upon. Your committee would urge the formation of clubs 
of Charity and Children in those Sunday Schools not now taking the 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 39 

paper, and that all Sunday Schools be urged to adopt the monthly col- 
lection plan. The Thanksgiving collection is growing steadily year by 
year and is vital to the support of the institution. 

A form of bequest is published from week to week in the columns of 
Charity and Children. We would urge those who have been entrusted 
with the Lord's money to remember this institution in the distribution 
of their property. J. A. Campbell. 

The report was discussed by J. A. Campbell, M. L. Kesler, 
Jesse McCarter, 1ST. B. Broughton, G. T. Lumpkin, R. E. 
Peele and Josiah Crudup, and adopted. 

Chas. E. Maddry, for the Committee on State Missions, 
offered the following report : 

REPORT ON STATE MISSIONS. 

Eighty years ago the Baptist State Convention was organized. At 
the first session of the Convention a Board of Managers was appointed, 
which is now known as the Board of Missions. They began at once to 
plan for the evangelization of all North Carolina. An address prepared 
by Meredith was sent out to the Baptists of the State, and in that 
address it was declared that "all missions are substantially the same," 
and it was further declared that "the primary object of the Conven- 
tion at the present is to repair the waste places in our own State." 
And during the eighty years, since the first organized effort was made 
to evangelize North Carolina, until this time, this object has ever been 
before the Baptists of this State. And our work today is "to repair 
the waste places in our own State. The fathers in the faith wrought 
wisely and well. They laid the foundations broad and deep for a 
mighty structure. It remains for us to build upon their foundation. 
Will we measure up to our obligations and opportunities? Will the 
present effort and outlay keep pace with the demands and the needs of 
the North Carolina which is now in the making? 

In passing let us stress anew the motive of State Missions — of all 
missions — missions at home and abroad. Much will be said here today 
of the need and demands of the North Carolina that is to be. All these 
are high and worthy motives. But let us remember that the one su- 
preme, lasting motive is the imperial command of Jesus Christ. Our 
Lord laid out the missionary program when He said: "Ye shall be wit- 
nesses unto me both in Jerusalem and in all Judea, in Samaria and to 
the uttermost part of the earth." This is our marching order, and this 
the order of the march, "beginning at Jerusalem," and we will be false 
to Him until we have fully obeyed the letter of this command. Before 
this command, all other motives, all sacrifices, all difficulties, all selfish 
desires must be put away, and we must begin here today, with a solemn, 
awful earnestness of purpose, to lay plans for the repairing of every 



40 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

waste place in the State. And the time has come when we must plan 
in a large, constructive way for the carrying out of these plans. 

Let us also note and emphasize another statement of Mr. Meredith. 
In the address issued after the Greenville Convention, he declared "that 
all missions are substantially the same." We need to reiterate that 
thought over and over today. Much harm has been done by over- 
stressing the divisions of the work — by stressing one phase of the work 
to the detriment of the other. We must have these different divisions 
and different agencies to successfully carry on the work. But let us 
urge this point: lhat the object in evangelizing North Carolina is that 
the kingdom of our Lord may be hastened throughout the whole world. 
We believe that State Missions is just the means to a larger end — not 
simply and only the saving of North Carolina, but the evangelization of 
the whole world. We are trying to "repair the waste places" here, that 
through the churches planted by our endeavors in these waste places, 
we may in the end send out the truth to the ends of the earth. In 
short, we are trying to take North Carolina for Christ, that we may be 
the better prepared and enabled to prosecute the work to the regions 
beyond. If your committee understands the missionary program, this 
is the ultimate aim of all our agencies and institutions. We built Wake 
Forest College as an evangelizing agency; we established Meredith Col- 
lege that we might better prepare our forces for the coming of the 
kingdom throughout the whole world. The Biblical Recorder was 
founded and is supported today for the same end. And this is the object 
and aim of our State Mission work, to save North Carolina and through 
North Carolina redeemed give the gospel to the whole world. 

And we would insist upon this truth: If we are to prosecute the work 
abroad in a large, constructive, statesmanlike way, we must plant and 
establish here in the home land a strong base of supplies. It will be 
the sheerest folly to turn our attention exclusively to the mission to 
the distance, when our own State is lying in wickedness and sin. The 
reflex influence may quicken and inspire in a certain way and to a 
certain extent, but the reflex influence will never redeem North Caro- 
lina. There is the golden mean between the two extremes, and happy 
it will be for North Carolina Baptists if we can speedily find this 
golden mean. 

Our work lies before us. The past, with its noble achievement, is 
forever secure. But for us, the problems and the perils of the future 
loom large and threatening. What North Carolina has accomplished 
in industrialism, is hardly a prophecy of what the future holds in store 
for her. We have just come out of the trials and shadows of the past, 
and the future is rosy with promise. We tremble as we contemplate 
the perils of the future. We should begin here today in humility and 
dedication of life to God, to do the mighty work whereunto we are 
called. 

The past year has taught us some lessons. We have trusted to hap- 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 41 

hazard and impulse in our work too long already. Your committee is 
of the opinion that the biggest work before this Convention, is to devise 
and put into execution some uniform financial plan or system whereby 
the masses of our people may be reached and enlisted in the general 
work of our denomination. We realize that our supreme weakness is 
in the lack of some systematic plan whereby all the churches may be 
reached. We have the numbers and the wealth. Our people are not 
poor. We believe, also, that if the matter were presented to the indi- 
vidual churches making up this Convention, and if some uniform, sys- 
tematic financial plan were devised, that there would be a liberal and 
surprising response. We would deem it a wise expenditure of time and 
money, if this financial problem could be solved. 

For eighty years we have been laying the foundation. Our work has 
been extensive — the proclamation of a saving gospel to all men. We 
have been so busy in trying to give North Carolina the gospel, that 
we have had little time for our own intensive growth and development. 
The time has now come when we must turn our attention within. If 
we can enlist all our people in the benevolent work of our denomination, 
we can easily raise a million dollars a year before the end of the next 
decade. To be sure, we must continue the work of extensive evangeliza- 
tion, but our biggest work now, as a denomination, is the enlistment of 
all our people in the internal and intensive work of our Convention. 

Some steps should be" taken today to save the Board from another 
year of uncertainty and apprehension, and our faithful Secretary from 
the mental anguish and nerve-racking experience of another high-pres- 
sure campaign. 

In the words of the immortal Carey: "Let us expect great things 
from God, and attempt great things for God." 

Chakles E. Maddry, 

For Committee. 

Addresses were made by Chas. E. Maddry, L. Johnson and 
E. E. Bomar, and the report was adopted. 

It was voted that this Convention call special attention to 
the financial plan proposed by the State Mission Board, and 
earnestly and affectionately urge our pastors and churches to 
give it trial. It was further voted that the Program Com- 
mittee for next year provide for a half hour discussion of 
financial methods. 

Bev. J. W. Moore, of the local Methodist Church, was 
given fraternal greeting. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by T. B. 
J ustice. 



42 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



THURSDAY— Afternoon Session. 

A letter was read from Dr. W. A. Therrell recommending 
special prayer for the evangelization of the world. 

A letter from the Woman's Christian Temperance Union 
was referred to the Committee on Temperance Resolutions. 

J. J. Hall called attention to the meeting of the World's 
Alliance, and it was voted that the Board of Missions be 
authorized to appoint as delegates brethren that may attend. 

J. S. Farmer read the report of the Committee to Nominate 
the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools, which was 
adopted. (See Boards of the Convention.) 

The following resolution, offered by Josiah Crudup, was 
adopted : 

Resolved. That we raise fifty thousand dollars for State Missions and 
Sunday Schools this coming conventional year, and that we hereby 
instruct our State Board of Missions and Sunday Schools to lay out our 
State Mission work on that basis. 

J. H. Tucker, for the Committee on Place and Preachers 
for the next Convention, presented its report, which was 
adopted : 

Your Committee on Place and Preachers report Brown Memorial, of 
Winston-Salem as the place of next Convention. Preacher, Rev. C. L. 
Greaves, of First Church of New Bern ; alternate, Rev. W. R. L. Smith, 
of Chapel Hill. 

The following resolution was presented by J. J. Hall and 
adopted : 

Resolved, That we hear with pleasure of the increased patronage and 
efficiency of Oxford Seminary, which is now in the sixtieth year of a 
highly honorable and useful career. 

L. Johnson presented the following, which was adopted : 

We rejoice greatly in the success which has attended the efforts to 
raise our part of the six hundred thousand dollars permanent endow- 
ment of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and heartily com- 
mend the work tint il it shall l>e completed, which the agents tell us will 
be done by May 1, 1911. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910, 43 

A resolution as follows was adopted: 

Whereas, the First Baptist Church of New Bern, N. C, was denied 
the use of its house of worship from October 10, 1862 to May 10. 1S65, 
by reason of its use and occupancy by the military authorities of the 
United States during the whole of that period; and 

Whereas, the Court of Claims has investigated the matter and found 
the facts as above and has recommended to Congress the payment to the 
said church a fair rental for the period of its occupancy: 

Resolved by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, assem- 
bled in its 80th annual session, that it is the sense of this Convention 
that the payment of this claim will be but a simple act of justice, the 
claim being thoroughly honest and equitable, and that this Convention 
petition the Congress to pass the bill introduced in the Senate by Hon. 
F. M. Simmons and in the House of Representatives by Hon. C. R. Thom- 
as to carry out the recommendation of the Court of Claims in the said 
matter. 

T. W. Chambliss, for the Committee to Nominate the 
Board of Education, made its report, which was adopted. 
(See Boards of the Convention.) 

The report on the Biblical Recorder was presented. 

REPORT ON BIBLICAL RECORDER. 

Your committee congratulates the Convention upon the fact that the 
Biblical Recorder is set apart for separate consideration. As organ of 
the Convention, it has a peculiar and distinct work, not to be performed 
by any other publication; and this separate consideration should serve 
to make more emphatic the Convention's conceptions of the Recorder's 
peculiar work and mission. 

As a newspaper the Recorder has the ordinary functions of a religious 
journal to perform — that of furnishing our Baptist people with edifying 
reading matter and news of the coming kingdom. It is performing this 
function admirably. Its readers can not but grow in grace. The homes 
into which it comes can not but be better for its coming. 

But it is not simply as a religious newspaper that your committee 
would present the Recorder to this Convetnion. We wish to point out 
the features of its work and mission as organ. The Recorder has for 
nearly four score years been the organ of this Convention's work. That 
is to say, it is the connectional agency by means of which the full force 
of our denomination is brought to the support of our enterprises. Our 
institutions, our missionary work, our projects in the intense progress 
are thus kept before our people. This is indispensible to our denomi- 
national welfare. 

Again, the Recorder as organ is the voice of defense for our institu- 
tions. If attacked, or if untoward policies are threatened by others, 



44 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

by means of the Biblical Recorder our people are called to arms, and 
their will is declared. Without such a protective agency, we do not 
believe that our institutions would be safe. 

It is likewise the voice of our moral and social ideals. 
And, finally, the Recorder as organ voices those principles and doc- 
trines which have identified our people as a peculiar people. Without 
such a means of common utterance, obviously our denominational in- 
tegrity could not be maintained a decade. 

I he Biblical Recorder, then, is our great source of unity and intelli- 
gence, our voice of defense and of progress. In all its history — rich 
with the record of faithful service — it has never been more effectual, 
more prosperous, more faithful or more worthy than it now is. Editor 
Moore and Manager Farmer are doing magnificent work, and the Board 
of Directors with them deserve our most hearty thanks. 

The circulation of the Recorder is growing. But there are many 
homes into which it should be put. We urge our pastors to make a 
point of discovering such homes and of endeavoring to put the Recorder 
into them. A thirty-day campaign to this end throughout our State 
would be as wise a thing as could be done. It should result in the 
addition of one thousand homes to the Recorder list; and we respectfully 
recommend that this Convention suggest to our churches that such a 
campaign be immediately undertaken. J. W. Bailey, 

\Y. R. Bradshaw, 
E. McK. Goodwin. 
W. A. Thomas, 
C. M. Beach, 
J. G. Benfield, 
C. F. Wiiitlock, 

Committee. 

Remarks were made by C. F. Whitlock, H. C. Moore, J. J. 
Beach, S. F. Conrad, T. W. . Chambliss, J. 1ST. Prestridge, 
A. L. Betts, and the report was adopted. 

The Committee to Xominate Ministers' Relief Board, 
through W. H. Reddish, Chairman, made report, which was 
adopted. (See Boards of the Convention.) 

In the absence of the report on Obituaries, remarks of 
appreciation of the life and labors of the following deceased 
friends were made: James F. Slate, by W. R. Cullom ; 
C. B. Justice, by W. L. Poteat and D. J. Hunt ; H. W. Rein- 
hart, by A. Johnson and R. G. Kendrick ; F. M. Ferrell, by 
A. A. Pippin ; A. L. Stough, by K. W. Hogan ; G. S. Jones, 
by A. T. Justice; T. B. Henry, by T. W. Chambliss; E. A. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 45 

Poe and Julius Hoffman, by W. K. Bradshaw ; W. PI. Logan 
and J. M. Morgan, by T. B. Justice ; B. F. Briggs, by C. W. 
Blanchard and J. M. McManaway; Thomas Parnell and 
Jerry Odum, by J. M. Fleming; E. F. Cox, by C. A. Up- 
church ; B. F. Whiteside, by C. S. Cashwell ; Alvin Betts and 
A. T. Cotten, by N. B. Broughton; Mrs. M. A. Lacy, by 
F. P. Hobgood; S. C. Olive, by E. L. Middleton; W. H. 
Austin, by P. G. Elsom ; D. S. Kennedy, by C. M. Kock and 
Thomas G. Wood, Jr., in a letter, by T. J. Taylor. 

S. F. Conrad presented the following report for the Com- 
mittee on Temperance Resolutions, which, after discussion 
by S. F. Conrad and J. C. Midyett, was adopted. 

We, the delegates to the eightieth annual Convention of the North 
Carolina Baptists, representing a constituency of two hundred and 
twenty thousand, do hereby reaffirm our faith in constitutional prohi- 
bition, and rejoice that in the recent election throughout the State the 
people gave no indication of a purpose to go back to the dispensary or 
the saloon. 

As Baptists, ever jealous of the educational, moral and religious 
welfare of all the youth of the State, we deplore the fact that the 
Legislature has made legal the sale of near beer, and the consequent 
partial re-establishment of the saloon. We therefore petition the Legis- 
lature about to assemble to forbid the sale of near beer, or any similar 
drink that induces the use of intoxicants; we also call for a law that 
will prohibit the keeping for use of any intoxicating liquors by clubs, 
whether they be under business, fraternal or socia'l names. 

In view of the demoralization that is coming to large numbers of our 
youth and fellow-citizens because of the methods and practices made 
possible by intoxicants being shipped into the State from cities in 
Virginia and other States, we hereby strongly affirm our belief in the 
fundamental principle that the United States Government has no moral 
right, and therefore should not have the legal power, to allow any 
article to be carried into any State whose Legislature has forbidden 
the manufacture or sale of or giving away of said article, provided 
exception is made of liquors in transit to some other State or States, 
and provided further exception is made of liquors to be used in the 
State for medicinal, mechanical or scientific purposes, and as provided 
by the laws of the State. 

We believe further that pardons should rarely if ever be granted to 
convicted violators of our liquor laws. 

We also heartily commend to our people the work as being done by 
the Anti-saloon League and its field secretary, Rev. R. L. Davis, in 



46 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

keeping before our people the work of suppressing the liquor traffic in 
all of its forms, and in opposing every effort to bring back into the 
State distilleries and the licensed saloon. We urge our people to extend 
to it their hearty co-operation and to be vigilant in opposing every 
encroachment of the organized liquor traffic to destroy prohibition in 
our State. 

The Secretary of this Convention is hereby authorized and directed 
to send a copy of these resolutions, over his official signature, to the 
following parties: His Excellency, the Governor of North Carolina, 
and the remaining State officials; the members of both branches of the 
incoming Legislature; the President and the Vice-President of the 
United States; each member and member-elect of the Senate and House 
of Representatives of the United States. 

Respectfully submitted by S. F. Conrad, 

A. A. Butler, 
J. J. Hall, 

Committee. 

The Convention adjourned with benediction by Dr. A. J. 
Vining. 



THURSDAY— Eyexixg Session. 

The Convention reassembled and was led in prayer by 
R. J. Willingham. 

The President announced the following to present reports 
next year: 

Foreign Missions — II. H. Hulten. 
Home Missions — W. R. L. Smith. 
Orphanage — 0. L. Powers. 
Sunday Schools — C. H. Durham. 
Obituaries — S. F. Conrad. 
state Missions — W. X. .lolmson. 
Hi Illicit I. Recorder — C. W. Blanchard. 
Ministerial Education — G. T. Watkins. 

The Trustees of Wake Forest College presented the fol- 
lowing report, which was ordered printed in the minutes: 

REPORT OF IIIK BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF WAKE FOREST COL- 
LEGE TO THE BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION, DECEMBER 

8, 1910. 

Under the Divine blessing, the work which this Convention begun at 
Wake Forest nearly seventy-seven years ago has been maintained during 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 47 

the past year with good success. At a number of points distinct ad- 
vance has been made, and the Board of Trustees are grateful to the 
Convention for the opportunity of presenting here the year's record. 

Interest centers in the students of the college. A larger number 
have entered the present session than ever before, the total enrollment 
standing at this date at 375, of whom 67 are ministers and 3 medical 
missionaries. Their spirit and work as a body are fine. There has 
been less serious trouble with any of them than in many years past. 
The College Pastor reports that the religious tone of the institution is 
firm, and the various agencies which minister to the religious life of 
the students are doing excellent work. Dr. W. C. Tyree conducted a 
helpful series of meetings in the college, October 3 to October 14. 
Room was made in the daily schedule for two sermons a day, and the 
faculty did not consider that the proper work of the college was in any 
sense displaced or interfered with by that arrangement. Dr. Tyree 
preached with simplicity, earnestness and great power of direct appeal. 
The health of the students is cared for by two college physicians, with 
a well-equipped hospital in charge of a trained nurse, and by a gym- 
nasium in which regular work is required of all students. The fall 
term has been remarkably free from serious illness. 

The Convention will be pleased to know that at the last annual meet- 
ing of the board the salaries of the professors were increased and two 
chairs were added to the sixteen already established — a professorship 
of English Language and a professorship of Physiology. Dr. Edward 
Payson Morton, of the University of Indiana, was appointed to the 
English position for the present session, and Dr. W. T. Carstarphen, a 
Wake Forest graduate and practicing physician, was appointed to the 
position in the department of medicine. Besides the extension and im- 
provement in the courses of these departments made possible by the 
strengthening of their faculties, a full year has been added in Latin, 
and a course in Engineering. In the catalogue issued in April last the 
faculty announced a general reorganization of the courses leading to 
the B.A. and B.S. degrees. The new plan of studies is believed to 
restrict the abuse of the elective system, bring the college course into 
closer relation with the life career, and import into the entire work of 
the student the interest and value of the life-career motive. The Wake 
Forest Law School is recognized as the largest and most successful in 
the State. The School of Medicine, giving only the first two years of 
the medical course, has, during the past year, been commended by the 
highest authority in that matter in a way greatly to gratify the 
friends of the institution. We report, moreover, important progress in 
the closer articulation of the college courses with those of the high 
schools and academies of the State. Meredith College and Wake Forest 
College agree upon practically identical entrance requirements. 

The resources of the college have been notably enlarged since our last 
report to the Convention. Collections on the new endowment fund have 
progressed throughout the year. From December 1, 1909, to December 



48 N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

3, 1910, the aggregate, without the pro rata contribution of the General 
Education Board, $21,526.88. When gift of the General Education 
Board is added, the amount becomes $28,702.50. The panic of 1907 
greatly enhanced the labor of rounding up the subscriptions to the 
$150,000 endowment fund, and pushed the payment of the larger part 
of them down into 1910, and very many into the last month when pay- 
ment could be made. And so it turns out that a large amount remains 
yet to be paid before Decebmer 31st. This great movement may still be 
carried forward to complete success, if all the friends of the college 
unite in practical consecration to this worthy end. 

William Louis Poteat, President, 

For the Board of Trustees. 

W. L. Poteat, President of Wake Forest College, ad- 
dressed the Convention in behalf of that institution. On 
motion of G. T. Lumpkin, request was made for the publi- 
cation of this address in the Biblical Recorder. 

The following preamble and resolution were adopted : 

Whereas, We learn that an effort will be made to have the next 
Legislature pass a bill providing for a large bond issue for the benefit 
of the State colleges; and 

WHEREAS, We do not oppose a reasonable appropriation for the 
support of these institutions; but, 

Whereas, They are now receiving liberal appropriations, amounting 
to one hundred and seventy-nine dollars per pupil, while the common 
schools receive but four dollars per pupil; and, 

WHEREAS, The denominational colleges, which are educating twice 
as many young men and women as the State colleges, are forced to 
increase their endowments to meet the competition created by the pres- 
ent appropriations to the State colleges; and, 

WHEREAS, The large appropriations to these State institutions, made 
possible by a bond issue, would seriously cripple our denominational 
colleges: therefore, 

Resolved. That we, delegates to the Baptist State Convention, a body 
representing 224.000 Baptists, do most earnestly protest against any 
abnormally large appropriations such as would certainly follow a bond 
issue. 

W. M. Vines presented the following report on Home 
Missions : 

BF.rORT ON T HOME MISSIONS. 

The work of our Home Mission Board is fundamental. This state- 
ment will be fully sustained when we consider the following incontro- 
vertible facts: The hope of the world is Christianity. "Eor there is 



UIXUTES OF SESSION 1910. 49 

none other name under heaven given among men whereby we must be 
saved." The Foreign Mission enterprise is the divine method of giving 
Christianity to a lost and perishing world. The structure of Foreign 
Missions rests upon two mighty pillars — the salvation of America and 
the work of Home Missions. But in the last analysis the salvation of 
America rests upon the enterprise of Home Missions. These assertions 
are manifestly true, and if so, then the work of Home Missions is 
second to no other enterprise which should enlist the support of our 
churches. 

Upon the Home Mission Board press some of the profoundest ques- 
tions of our time for solution. The outlook of Home Missions is an 
outlook upon work that needs to be done, and to be done immediately, 
for if it is not done now it can never be done. No matter what direc- 
tion the view, whether Panama, Cuba, Isle of Pines, the negro popula- 
tion, the foreign- population, our cities, our farms and villages, our 
mountains, what is seen is a mighty work. The field of labor, instead 
of getting smaller, is growing larger. As our land grows in numbers, 
in wealth, in intelligence, the pressure of the work becomes the greater. 
More work needs to be done in our cities than ever before; more work 
among the mountain population, more work in the country and villages. 
Four gigantic forces are uniting to hinder, and if they themselves are 
not defeated and overthrown they will successfully resist the advance- 
ment and triumph of our cause in our great cities: the American 
saloon; the Roman Catholic Church; the invasion of foreign immigra- 
tion ; and perhaps greatest of all the indifference of evangelical Chris- 
tians. 

The divine program of missions, as announced by our Lord after His 
resurrection and before His ascension, was cosmopolitan. This scheme 
as outlined by the Saviour took in the entire world. The very nature 
of the case as well as His command and the example of the apostles, 
made this world vision include the lost who were near as well as those 
who were far away. To use His own sacred words: '•All power is given 
unto Me in heaven and in earth." (Matt. 28:18.) "Go ye into all the 
world and preach the gospel to every creature" (Mark 16:15) "begin- 
ning at Jerusalem" (Luke 24:47) "and, lo, I am with you always, even 
unto the end of the age." Our Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria are 
in the United States. Out of about 90,000,000 population in the United 
States, there are only about 20,000,000 members of evangelical denomi- 
nations, and of this number something over 5,000,000 are Baptists. 
Are we not too much neglecting our Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria? 
The situation in the South is more favorable, but even the South can 
not be claimed as a Christian country. Thirty-one per cent of the 
people of the South are members of evangelical churches, six per cent 
are members of the Roman Catholic Church, and sixty-three per cent 
are not members of any church. As long as fifty-eight persons out of 
every ninety in the United States are not church members, we can not 
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50 .V. C. BAPTIST STATE CO* VENTION. 

call this- a Christian nation, and as lung as sixty-three persons out of 
every one hundred in the South are not members of any church what- 
soever, we can not say that the South is evangelized. 

Have our churches the unselfish Christian love and consecration to 
take hold of the crying needs of the submerged and neglected on the one 
hand, and of the pleasure seekers and money-mad on the other? The 
world is asking whether we have a gospel that is strong enough to com- 
mand the hearts and lives of sin-buffeted men, and bring the harmony 
of love where now abides the discord of hate and selfish greed. Alien 
immigrants Hock to our shores at the rate of a million a year, and 
perhaps two millions more of our own people each year are uprooted 
from their environment and brought together in new relations in new 
town-, and on the frontier. In these people movements is at once a 
great problem and an unvoiced cry that ascends up before God for a 
gospel that will bring order out of chaos and replace the selfish hard- 
ness and barrenness of sin with good citizenship and brotherly love. 
The Christian denominations of America are awakening to the magni- 
tude of these problems and others not here mentioned. They are turn- 
ing with an encouraging unanimity to Home Missions as the means 
whereby such problems must be solved. Southern Baptists must take 
a large part in saving the lost of America. We hold a gospel in its 
purity. Since we have so much to give in making good Americans, 
while at the same time we make Christians, we are under deeper obli- 
gation to do large things. Because we are more numerous than any 
other Christian body in the South, our obligation is greater than any 
other. Here in America is being fought out the titanic struggle of 
the ages. Here sin in all its forms is gathering and correlating its 
forces for a terrific and final assault upon the Christian church. Verily, 
in the language of another, "Here beats the fevered heart of modern 
civilization, and he who wins that heart holds the key to the centuries." 
A brief reference to the glorious work of our Home Mission Board 
shows that during its history over r>,000 churches have been established 
other. Here in America is being fought out the titantic struggle of 
our missionaries have resulted in more than 300,000 additions to our 
churches. The board last year reported 27,426 baptisms and 52,910 
additions to our churches through the labors of missionaries supported 
wholly or in part by it, God has blessed the labors of the missionaries 
of our Home Board to far larger fruitage than that shown by the reports 
of similar mission boards. No mission board in the world has reported 
results one-half as large as these. No home mission board in America, 
so far as we can find, had results more than one-third as large, though 
several expended four times as much in the work. Our people are be- 
coming aroused to the large importance of Home Missions, and each 
year the Home Board receipts are larger. This year the Southern 
Baptist Convention is asking for $400,000 to be raised for the work of 
the Home Board. Of this amount $26,000 is apportioned to our State. 
Of this amount only *-_\2:!7 had been given up to November 15th. We 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 51 

ought to raise every cent of it and more. Our Home Board in all its 
departments of work deserves and should receive the hearty co-operation 
of all our churches. Let us unreservedly and enthusiastically support 
the Home Board as never before, with our sympathy, with our prayers, 
and with our money. 

Your committee recommends: 

1. That our pastors be requested to make an earnest effort at least 
once during the year to preach a special sermon on Home Missions, and 
the magnitude and importance of the problems involved. 

2. That each of our churches during the year make at least one liberal 
offering for this work. 

3. That a club of subscribers be raised in each church for the Home 
Field, the unusually attractive and illuminating monthly magazine of 
the Home Board. 

4. That churches and pastors be encouraged to make a large use of 
the Home Board's informing tracts and sample copies of the Home Field, 
both of which are free for the asking. W. M. Vines. 

After addresses by V. I. Masters and W. M. Vines, the 
report was adopted. 

Request was made that the address of Bro. Vines be fur- 
nished for publication in the Biblical Recorder. 

Dr. A. J. Vining, representing the Baptist World Alliance, 
delivered a thrilling address on "Religious Unrest in 
Europe." In connection with this address the following 
resolution was presented and adopted: 

Resolved, That we express our hearty approval of the plan to estab- 
lish and endow a European Baptist college at the earliest possible 
moment, and recommend that our churches arrange for and urge a 
collection for this noble enterprise within the next twelve months — and 
if possible before June 1, 1911, in an effort to raise $25,000 as North 
Carolina's share of the amount required from the South. That our 
Board of Missions and Sunday Schools is hereby requested to devise such 
means as they may deem best for carrying this recommendation into 
effect. 

It was voted that the work of the Convention be concluded 
Friday morning. 

B. W. Spilman, for the Committee on the Baptist Young 
People's Union, presented the report as follows : 



52 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE BAP- 
TIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNION WORK. 
We report as follows: 

1. A State Baptist Young People's Union was organized in Durham, 
the convention being held with the Second Baptist Church, July 21-23. 

2. The Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention very 
kindly gave to us the services of Brother Arthur Flake, its Field Secre- 
tary for Baptist Young People's Work east of the Mississippi River. 

3. The State Union elected an Executive Committee, to whom the 
work was committed. 

4. A Convention is to be held in Statesville, April 18-20, 1911. 

5. Brother Flake is to take a tour of our State in the interest of 
Baptist Young People's Work during the coming spring. 

J. H. Tucker, 
B. W. Spilman, 
W. C. Barrett, 

Committee. 

The Convention adjourned with prayer by Dr. Vining. 



FRIDAY — Morning Session. 

The Convention was led in its devotions by Burton A. 
Hall, of Texas. 

The reading of the minutes was dispensed with. 
The following resolution was heartily adopted: 

Resolved, That the thanks of this Convention be most heartily ex- 
tended to the Baptists of Hendersonville and to the friends of other 
denominations for their superb entertainment during this Convention; 
to the county officers for the use of the court-house for the meeting; 
and to the local and State papers for their excellent reports of the 
sessions. 

It was voted that the Secretaries be instructed to issue a 
sufficient number of minutes of this Convention, and that the 
Secretaries of the Convention receive the usual compensation 
for their services. 

The following resolutions were offered and adopted : 

Resolved, 1, That a committee of three, consisting of F. P. Hobgood, 
C. E. Brewer and N. B. Broughton, be appointed who shall compose a 
Central Committee on the Laymen's Movement. 

Resolved, 2, That this committee be given power to select seven others 
who with the Central Committee shall compose the General Committee 
on the Laymen's Movement. 



MINUTES OF SESSION 1910. 53 

Resolved, 3, That the Committee on Laymen's Movement shall co- 
operate with the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools, and the work 
of the committee, as all our mission work, shall he under the general 
direction of the Board of Missions and Sunday Schools. 

F. P. Hobgood offered the following, which was adopted: 

Resolved, That the Board of Missions, in co-operation with the Lay- 
men's Missionary Committee, be instructed to call a Laymen's Conven- 
tion, the place, time and program to be determined by them, repre- 
sentatives to go at their own charges. 

F. P. Hobgood and J. H. Tucker made addresses on the 
Laymen's Movement. 

The following report on Ministerial Education was pre- 
sented and, after discussion by T. W. Chambliss and W. E. 
Cullom, was adopted: 

REPORT ON MINISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

This Convention recognizes the call to the ministry as the highest 
possible call from God to man, and we realize the urgent need today 
of God-called men to carry on the work of the kingdom. From the 
report of the Board of Education it appears that a smaller number of 
men were students for the ministry the past year in our college and 
seminary. The need is greater than ever before. 

When men have been called of God to preach the gospel, it behooves 
them to achieve the highest possible equipment for service. The im- 
portance of the mission together with the demand of the time should 
lead us to insist upon training in both mind and method. 

The demands upon the Board of Ministerial Education are greater 
than ever before because of the fact that the demands upon the 
preacher are greater. The improved educational conditions of our 
people call for a well-equipped minister, and in many instances the 
God-called men are men of meagre means, and it is our privilege as well 
as duty to aid them in acquiring the equipment necessary for the best 
work. 

We suggest that the Convention recommend: 

1. That our churches and Woman's Missionary Societies arrange for 
special services of prayer, pleading with God that He may call more 
men into the work. 

2. That the Sunday Schools of the State continue to give one Sun- 
day's contributions to the work of Ministerial Education — the Sunday 
to be designated by the Board. 

3. That the Board of Education be requested to consider some plan 
for the employment of ministerial students in missionary and evan- 
gelistic service during the vacation period. 



54 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

4. That the board be requested to arrange, as far as practicable, for 
its Corresponding Secretary to present the claims of the ministry before 
the students in our schools. T. W. Ciiambliss. 

H. C. Moore presented the following report on Baptist 
Secondary Schools : 

REPORT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL BOARD. 

It gives us great pleasure to lay before the Convention the report of 
our Educational Secretary for the past year. We desire to emphasize 
the great importance of this department of our work; the energy, wis- 
dom and efficiency of our secretary; the marked success which has al- 
ready been achieved; and the opportunity, the need, and the outlook of 
our secondary schools. 

We would with much gratification call attention to the funds that 
have been raised during the year for the equipment of these schools; 
the spiritual influence and power of these schools as shown in conver- 
sions, calls to ministry, and offers for the foreign field on the part of 
their students; the fact that our schools are proving a first-rate agency 
for the development of Christian workers in our churches; the co- 
operation of our educational forces and the masses of our people in 
building up this work: and the readiness of our people in every part 
of our State to be enlisted in behalf of our schools. 

We would urge upon our chinches the denominational value of our 
schools, tin' splendid returns from our investment in them, and the 
necessity of our united loyalty and liberality in order to their efficiency 
and to our denominational development. And to this end we bespeak for 
our secretary the continued hearty sympathy and co-operation of all our 
people in the prosecution of the great work committed to his hands. 

We submit below Bro. Lineberry's report for the year. 

Hight C. Moore, 

For the Board. 

From the beginning of the Convention year until Christmas aid was 
given Wake Forest College in collecting endowment except three days, 
which were spent aiding Brother J. A. Campbell in raising $4,000 for a 
domitory at Buie's Creek. 

January was spent in the interest of Boiling Springs High School. 
Their debt of $16,951 had been apportioned out by the Kings Mountain 
and Sandy Kim associations among their churches. Forty-live of these 
were visited and most of them accepted their apportionment and 
arranged to make payments. 

Aid in collecting Wake Forest endowment was given in February. 

In March $6,650 wis arranged for a new school building at Wingate. 

A part of April and the first of May was spent in securing $755 more 
on the Winterville High School debt, making up $3,749.63 of the $4,000 
needed. 



MIXUTES OF SESSION 1910. 55 

Beginning May 21st, two weeks time was given to Fruitland Institute, 
securing funds for the new dormitory for girls, which was built in the 
summer at a cost of about $4,000. A large part of the funds, however, 
was arranged last year. 

The Home Mission Board had offered Haywood Institute $1,000 if they 
would raise $1,000, for improving their school building. In a twelve- 
day canvass about $000 was pledged. 

Mars Hill had a debt of $4,000, but by the wise planning of the 
principal and the ready assistance and liberal aid of the trustees, the 
entire amount was raised in cash and notes in one week. 

A campaign was started in Yancey County to arrange for a debt of 
$1,750 and $750 for improvement, but it was such a busy season with the 
farmers that it was thought best to arrange at some more convenient 
time, so only a small amount was raised. 

August and parts of September, October and November were given 
to Liberty-Piedmont Institute. Of their debt of $14,000 about $5,000 
was arranged on condition that the entire amount be raised. 

Fifteen associations were attended. Several of these united this year 
with the schools nearest them, others appointed committees pending 
action next year. 

In our system of schools are three colleges: Wake Forest, Meredith, 
and Chowan, and thirteen academies: Boiling Springs, Dell, Fruitland 
Institute, Mars Hill, Haywood Institute, Liberty-Piedmont Institute, 
Mitchell, Murphy, Round Hill, Sylva, Winterville, Wingate, and Yancey. 
Invested in these is $1,225,213. 

South Fork Institute, with property valued at $15,500, is under con- 
trol of the denomination. 

Oxford Seminary, Buie's Creek, Leaksville-Spray, and Salemburg are 
under private Baptist ownership. The property of these schools is val- 
ued at $95,000. 

During the year, $17,426 has been paid on the indebtedness of our 
academies. There is still due $51,453. Of this amount $31,311.88 is 
secured by notes and subscriptions. We also have $8,700 subscribed for 
new buildings and improvements. 

Enrolled in our colleges and academies last year were 3,611 students. 
Of these, 135 were ministerial students and 22 expected to be mission- 
aries. 

Last year there were reported in our academies 142 conversions, 125 of 
whom were added to our churches. So far, during this session, 238 
conversions and 190 accessions to our churches. 

Wake Forest and Meredith Colleges are arranging uniform entrance 
requirements. We hope that our academies will adopt this year a uni- 
form course of study to meet these requirements. 

The remaining indebtedness on these institutions should be met as 
soon as possible, and new buildings promptly arranged for some and 
better equipments for all. 



56 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

The sections visited have shown great interest in our work, and we 
hope soon to see every section of the State thoroughly enlisted in this 
important feature of our denominational work. 

G. E. Lixeberry, 
Educational Secretary. 

It was discussed by C. M. Beach, J. D. Brunei-, J. R. Pace, 
C. F. Whitlock, F. P. Hobgood, and adopted. 

C. A. Upchnrch presented the following report of the Com- 
mittee on Pastors' Conference : 

We, your committee appointed by our Pastors' Conference, most re- 
spectfully ask that this Convention appoint a committee to arrange for 
a Pastors' Conference for 1911. 

The President appointed on this committee W. E. Cullom, 
W. K Johnson, C. L. Greaves, G. P. Harrill, W. M. Vines. 

K. W. Cawthon, for the Committee on Woman's Work, 
reported as follows: 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON WOMAN'S WORK. 
From the beginning of the new dispensation the hearts of women have 
responded to the calls of our Lord. They are always in the forefront 
of every good work. Woman's work includes not only the work they 
do locally in behalf of the different forms of missionary activity, but in 
the local work of the church they hold up the pastor's hands and en- 
gage in various forms of benevolence. We thank Cod for our Christian 
women. The various reports of the organized work of women through- 
out the State show that they continue to make progress. New socie- 
ties are organized, and the efficiency of those already organized is 
constantly increased. Reports of the Woman's Central Committee, 
Young Women's Auxiliaries, Sunbeam Bands, and the Royal Ambassa- 
dors show that many are busy and successful in our Master's work. 
Those pastors are wise who encourage and help in every way these 
splendid organizations. K. W. Cawthon, 

For the Committee. 

After several talks suitable for the closing moments, and 
prayer by F. M. Jordan, the Convention adjourned to meet 
in 1911 with Brown Memorial Church, Winston-Salem. 

W. C. Dowd, 
N. B. Broughton, President. 

Chas. E. Brewer, 

Secretaries. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS 



ANSON. 

Wadesboro — T. W. Chambliss. 

ASHE. 

Land Mark—W. F. Barker, Grassy Creek. 

BLADEN. 

Zion Bill — A. J. Freeman, Bladenboro. 

BRUNSWICK. 

Southport—J. 0. Fullbright. 

BRUSHY MOUNTAIN. 

North Willcesboro — C. M. Bock. 

BUNCOMBE. 

Asheville, First — M. A. Creasman, J. T. Justice, J. M. Stoner, W. C. 
McConnell, C. L. Shitle, G. F. Stradley, J. H. Tucker, W. M. Vines, 
A. D. Stoner. 

Calvary — A. E. Brown, J. L. Welch, Asheville. 

West End—G. P. Hamrick, Asheville; A. H. Brewer, Asheville, R. 3. 

Biltmore — VV. W. Marr. 

Beaver Dam — Robert Greenwood, Asheville. 

CALDWELL. 

King's Creek — J. L. Beach, Lenoir. 
Lower Creek — J. G. Benfield, Lenoir. 
Mount Zion — W. N. Cook, Sawmill. 

CAROLINA. 

Beulah — A. 0. Allison, Hendersonville, R. G. 

Bender sonville, First— Foster Bennett, 0. V. F. Blythe, N. Buckner, 
T. L. Durham, S. J. Justice, J. C. Morrow, C. F. Toms, C. R. Whitaker, 
K. W. Cawthon, R. H. Staton, M. L. Shipman. 

East B ender sonville— C. S. Fullbright, A. I. Justice, D. S. Pace, S. J. 
Blythe, L. A. Chapin. 

CAPE FEAR AND COLUMBUS. 

Lennon's Cross Roads — A. H. Porter, Whiteville. 

CATAWBA RIVER. 

Morganton — E. McK. Goodwin, S. Huffman, E. F. Mumford. 
Mount Borne — R. C. Whitener, Morganton. 

CENTRAL. 

Franklinton — Geo. P. Harrill. 

Raleigh, First — Carey J. Hunter, L. Johnson, G. E. Lineberry, C. F. 
Meserve, H. C. Moore, J. E. Ray, R. T. Vann. 



58 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

West Raleigh — J. S. Farmer, Raleigh. 
Wakefield — A. A. Pippin. 

Wake Forest— W. R. Cullom, E. B. Earnshaw, W. N. Johnson, W. L. 
Poteat, C. E. Brewer. 

CHOWAN. 

Edenton — E. L. Wells. 

Blackwell Memorial — I. N. Loftin, Elizabeth City. 

Hertford — A. A. Butler. 

Olivet — Josiah Elliott, Hertford. 

CUMBERLAND. 

Fayetteville—J. J. Hall, J. A. Parham. 

EASTERN. 

Beulah — E. Lee Fox, Clinton. 

Delway — J. M. Alderman, C. M. Beach. 

Rose Hill— J. M. Page. 

FLAT RIVER. 

Mount Harmony — J. R. Pace, Oxford. 

Oxford — F. P. Hobgood. 

Roxboro— A. R. Foushee, J. W. Noell, C. P. Ryland. 

FRENCH BROAD. 

Grapevine — J. F. Tilson, Marshall, R. 2. 

Mars Hill—U. M. Fagan, Frank E. Gibbs, R. R. Gibbs, E. R. Harris, 
E. 8. Hull, J. C. Pearee, A. F. Sprinkle, K. L. Moore, R. S. Gibbs. 
Piney Mountain — E. Allison, Brevard. 

GREEN RIVER. 

Marion — Edward Long. 

Round Hill — David J. Hunt, Union Mills. 

Rutherfordton — R. H. Herring. 

HAYWOOD. 

Locust Field — J. W. Kesterson, Canton. 

Pleasant Hillr—W. H. Woodall, Clyde. 

Waynesville — I. M. McManaway, Thos. M. Mashburn, R. A. Sentelle. 

JOHNSTON. 

Benson — T. B. Justice. 

White Oak—V. R. Turley, Archer. 

king's mountain. 
Bessemer city— A. C. Ross, S. S. Wells. 
Boiling Springs — A. W. Crabtree, Shelby. 

Double Springs— I. D. Harrill, Shelby, R. 4; D. G. Washburn, Shelby. 
Oastonia — David P. Dellinger. 
King's Mountain — J. C. Baumgardner, J. G. Graham. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 59 

Shelby— J. M. Elliott. 

Shelby, Second — J. W. Suttle. 

Zion—A. C. Irvin, Shelby, R. 5; J. M. Wilson, Shelby. 

Zoar— S. W. Hughes, Shelby. 

LIBERTY. 

Lexington — T. T. Jenkins, G. W. Miller. 
Orphanage — M. L. Kesler, Thomasville. 
Thomasville — T. S. Crutchfield, A. Johnson. 
Wallburg— O. A. Keller, C. M. Wall. 

LITTLE RIVER. 

Baptist Grove — C. H. Norris, Holly Springs. 
Buie's Creek — J. A. Campbell. 

MACON. 

Oak Grove— W. L. Bradley, Etna. 

MECKLENBURG AND CABARRUS. 

Charlotte, First— W. C. Dowd, W. N. Flanders, H. H. Hulten. 

X inth Avenue — F. S. Conrad, L. R. Pruett, Charlotte. 

North Charlotte — S. F. Conrad. 

Concord — S. N. Watson. 

Cornelius — W. A. Hough. 

Pineville — K. W. Hogan. 

Prit chard Memorial — E. E. Boniar, Charlotte. 

MONTGOMERY. 
Troy—O. B. Deaton. 

MOUNT ZION. 
Chapel Hill— John C. Hocutt, W. R. L. Smith. 
Durham, North — J. M. Arnette. 
East Durham — M. P. Davis. 

NEUSE- ATLANTIC. 

Fremont — N. H. Shepherd, Stantonsburg. 
Goldsboro— Leslie C. Lane, G. T. Watkins. 
Kinston — B. W. Spilman, C. Almon Upchurch. 
New Bern — Charles L. Greaves. 

PEE DEE. 

Laurinburg — Jas. R. Williams. 

Rockingham — Josiah Crudup. 

Spring Hill—T. G. Wood, Maxton, R. 4. 

PIEDMONT. 

Asheboro — J. Dawson Bowen. 
Greensboro, Forest Ave. — R. G. Kendrick. 
Greensboro — Asheboro Street — W. F. Staley. 



60 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

Greensboro, North — W. P. Page. 

High Point — W. G. Brown, 0. L. Powers, C. A. Smith. 

High Point, Green Street — J. R. Miller. 

Worthville — F. M. Shaw, Randleman. 

PILOT MOUNTAIN. 

Leaksville — W. E. Goode. 

Stoneville — A. L. Betts, Winston-Salem. 

Broicn Memorial — G. T. Lumpkin, J. A. Maddry, Winston-Salem. 

North Winston — S. J. Montague, Winston-Salem. 

Salem — T. C. Keaton, Winston-Salem. 

RALEIGH. 

Cary—E. L. Middleton, W. R. Beach, Gary; J. M. Hilliard, Raleigh, 
R. 5. 

Tabernacle — X. B. Broughton, Raleigh. 
Evangel — P. G. Elsom. 

ROANOKE. 

Spring Hope — D. F. Putnam. 
Weldon— J. G. Blalock. 
Wilson — C. W. Blanchard. 

ROBESON. 

Bear Swamp — C. G. Wells, Lumber ton. 

Big Branch — I. P. Hedgpeth, Lumberton. 

Lumber Bridge — J. W. Cobb, J. M. Dunaway. 

Lumberton — C. H. Durham. 

Lumberton, East — J. M. Fleming. 

Maxton — A. A. McClelland. 

St. Paul's — C. R. Hester, D. B. Lancaster. 

SANDY CREEK. 

Brush Creek— W. T. Hurst, Sylva. 
Jonesboro — F. D. King. 

SANDY RUN. 

Bethel — G. B. Pruett, Ellenboro. 

Caroleen—W. L. Bans, C. T. Tew. 

CUffside—C. W. Payseur. 

Forest City — H. D. Harrill. 

High Shoal — J. M. Goode, Mooresboro. 

SOUTH FORK. 

Dallas — J. L. Shinn. 

Gastonia, First — David P. Dellinger, H. B. Moore, W. H. Reddish. 

Gastonia, East— J. J. Beach, J. L. Price, Craig Rhyne. 

Hickory— -W. R. Bradshaw, C. W. Ellington, J. D. Harte, R. L. White. 

Hickory Grove — G. P. Abernathy, Maiden. 

Loray — J. D. Moore, Gastonia. 

Maiden — O. L. Stringfield. 



LIST OF MESSENGERS. 61 

Mount Holly — D. E. Vipperman; Robert L. Smith, Stanley. 
Newton — R. D. Carroll. 

STANLY. 

Neiv London — J. E. Crook. 

SOUTH RIVER. 

Baptist Chapel — J. A. Dawson, Dunn. 
Spring Branch — M. W. Naylor, Dunn. 

SOUTH YADKIN. 

Mocksville — C. S. Cashwell. 

Salisbury — J. M. McKenzie. 

Statesville — Charles E. Maddry, W. A. Thomas. 

Statesville, West Ave. — J. F. Mitehener. 

SWAIN COUNTY-INDIAN. 

Macedonia — Jesse Reed, Cherokee. 

SURRY. 

Elkin— Chas. H. Utley. 

TAR RIVER. 

Littleton— R. P. Walker. 

TENNESSEE RIVER. 

Bryson City—T. F. Deitz, H. H. Hyde. 

TRANSYLVANIA. 

Brevard — W. H. Duckworth. 

Oak Grove — A. N. Collins, J. K. Henderson, T. C. Henderson, Quebec. 
Little River — J. W. Briggs, Etawah; H. P. Moore, Pisgah Forest; 
Mark R. Osborne, Penrose. 

TUCKASEIGEE. 

Culloivhee—J. D. Sitton, Willets. 

UNION. 

Union — E. C. Snider, Wingate. 

WEST CHOWAN. 

Chowan — A. C. Sherwood, Winton. 
Murfreesboro — Jas. D. Bruner. 

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. 

Mt. Pisgah— J. T. Plott, Hayesville. 

• WILMINGTON. 

Burgaw — R. E. Peele. 

Brooklyn — C. F. Whitlock, Wilmington. 

YANCEY. 

Burnsville — S. T. Hensley, Jesse McCarter. 



62 N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

VISITORS. 

G. W. Greene, Canton, China; Mrs. G. W. Greene, Canton, China; 
R. J. Willingham, Virginia; Calder T. Willingham, Japan; J. H. 
Spaulding, Virginia; A. T. Robertson, Kentucky; J. N. Prestridge, 
Kentucky; I. J. Van Ness, Tennessee; T. B. Ray, Virginia; J. C. C. 
Dunford, Kentucky; J. C. Midyett, Kentucky; J. T. Henderson, Ten- 
nessee; G. C. Cates, Kentucky; A. J. Vining, London, Canada; H. L. 
Riley, South Carolina; V. I. Masters, Georgia; J. E. McManaway, South 
Carolina; B. A. Hall, Texas. 

SUMMARY. 

Number of associations represented 50 

Number of churches represented 142 

Number of messengers 230 

Number of visitors IS 



Minutes of Pastors' Conference at Hendersonville, 
N. C, December 5, 1910 



The Conference met at 7:30 in the court-house. 

Devotional exercises were conducted by Dr. W. R. Cullom. 

Dr. T. B. Ray spoke on his recent visit to Brazil and the hopefulness 
of our cause among the Latin speaking people. 

Conference then elected Dr. W. R. Cullom President and Rev. J. L. 
Vipperman Secretary. 

Looking to the better organization of the Conference, the following 
committee was appointed: Revs. B. W. Spilman, T. W. Chambliss and 
E. Long. 

The committee reported as follows : President, W. R. Cullom ; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, W. N. Johnson; Vice-Presidents, G. P. Harrell, W. M. 
Vines and C. L. Greaves. 

Tuesday Morning. 

Devotional exercises were conducted at 9:30 by Dr. Geo. Green, of 
Canton, China. 

Dr. W. N. Johnson addressed the Conference on "The Value of 
Modern Thought." 

Rev. A. L. Stringfield addressed the Conference on "The Importance 
of Personal Consecration on the Part of the Minister." 

Rev. G. C. Cates led in prayer and made a short address. 

Dr. W. M. Vines made an address on Topical Preaching. 

Dr. T. B. Ray spoke on the Educational Work of the Foreign Mission 
Board. 

Rev. L. R. Pruett spoke on "The Need of More Preachers and How to 
Supply Them." 

Rev. Josiah Elliott spoke on his experiences with the boys. 

Dr. A. T. Robertson spoke on "Leaders — Laggards." 

Conference adjourned. Benediction by G. C. Cates. 



APPENDIX 



STATISTICS AND OTHER DATA 



Compiled by E. L. Middleton, 

STATISTICAL SECRETARY OF THE CONVENTION. 



DIEECTORY OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 
Organized May 8, 1845. 



Officers for Session of 1910. — President, Joshua Levering, Baltimore, 
Md. ; Secretaries, Lansing Burrows, Nashville, Tenn., and 0. F. Gregory, 
Staunton, Va. 

Foreign Mission Board, Richmond, Va.- — President, J. B. Hutson; 
Corresponding Secretary, R. J. Willingham. 

Home Mission Board, Atlanta, Ga. — President, John F. Purser; Cor- 
responding Secretary, B. D. Gray. 

Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. — President, E. E. Folk; Cor- 
responding Secretary, J. M. Frost. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky. — President, 
E. Y. Mullins; Treasurer Students' Aid Fund, B. Pressly Smith. 

Woman's Missionary Union (organized May 14, 1888), auxiliary to 
the Convention. Headquarters at Baltimore. Miss Edith Crane, Cor- 
responding Secretary. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be held in Jacksonville, Fla., 
beginning May 17, 1911. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS 






Names of churches having preaching every Sunday are printed in Capitals; those having preaching two Sun- 
days each month are printed in italics. Churches organized within the past year are marked with a If. Some 
Associations give no data on these points. Enquiry has been made, as far as time would permit, to secure this in- 
formation. The total contributions of the entire church (including Sunday School, Woman's Missionary Society, 
Sunbeams, etc.), are meant to be included for the various objects indicated. For the figures herewith submitted the 
Statistical Secretary is chiefly and gratefully indebted to the Clerks of the respective Associations. 



ALEXANDER. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



E r - z ■- 1 1 



ES 



Antioch J. M. Shaver . 

Bethel W. E. Linney 

Bethany W. E. Linney.-. 

Bethlehem J. M. Shaver . 

Dover G. Z. Bumgarner. 

Damascus .. J. P. Gwaltney 



Island Ford W. .1. Wyatt 43 

Lebanon G. Z. Bumgarner 122 

Liledoun L. P. Gwaltney 6 121 

Linney's Grove T. E. Redman 128 



5 296 60 S12.00 

3 243 

6 131 
11 188 

92 
13 225 



Little River G. Z. 

Macedonia W.J. 

Mount Nebo \V. E. 



Mount Olive G. 

Pilgrim J. 

Pleasant Hill W 

Pleasant Grove J. 

Poplar Springs.. ... 8 

Sulphur Springs D 

Stony Point L. 

Taylorsville L. 

Three Forks J. 

Taylor Springs— .1. 

Total . 



Bumgarner. 
Bumgarner. 
Linney 



Z. Bumgarner 2 

G. Horn 1 

J. Bumgarner 8 

\. Blllklev 3 

I). Barnes 147 

\\ Pool 5 195 

P. ( rwaltney 7 .39 

P. Gwaltney 3 120 

P. Gwaltney 19 241 

M. Current ... Ill 



92 3286 1077 22.00 204.00 



ALLEGHANY.— 1909 



Bel view.. Geo. M. Reeves 

Chestnut Grove W. J. Banks— 1 

Galena 

Laurel Springs Geo. M. Reeves 4 

Liberty Geo. M.- Reeves 6 

New Hope Geo. M. 1; 

Pine Fork . Geo. M. Reeves 



19 

33 ... . 
62 55 

64 44 
55 51 

:;s 52 



8.00 



Sparta 



W. J. Ranks 24 



37.55 $3.87 

55.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 



Total 15 317 202 130.55 



:;. 87 



S4.56 $16.56 





10.00 




10.00 




3.65 




. 3.65 


61 








104 


9.75 
2.00 


12.98 


22.73 


32 S2. 00 




2.00 


56 

46 


25.12 

52.46 


25.12 

52. 46 




8.75 

5.66 

7.27 




8.75 


79 

80 


5.66 

7.27 


52 


2.60 
6.02 


1.46 


4.06 

6.02 


'65 


2.70 




2.70 




5.07 




_i 5.07 


46 


2.65 


1.25 


3.90 



90 


20.00 


24. 22 


39. 39 ....... 


S3. 61 








128 




5.25 




5.25 


127 


14.08 




14.08 


51 


4.75 




4.75 



59.64 2S5.64 



8.66 



3.06 



1.00 



48.35 

55. 00 

20.00 

5.00 

6.00 



4.06 142.35 



ANSON. 



Brown Creek R. D 

Cedar Grove E. C. 

Deep Creek R. D 

Gum Springs R. D 

Mount Beulah 

Polkton 



Redfern 
Snider... 
Redfern 

Redfern 

.1. A. Summey. 
G. H. Church 



Peachland E. C. Snider 

New Home E. C. Snider 

Mineral Springs ■! P. Harris 



12 


114 


38 


6 


109 


56 


4 


156 


32 


3 


89 


47 


is 


142 


70 


1 


56 


67 


14 


99 


102 



20.00 


15.00 


5.00 


5.00 


3.00 


6.10 


12.00 


8.00 


15.00 


5.00 


2.60 


4. 25 


8.00 


4.00 


6.00 


4.25 


10.00 


20.00 


7.00 


3.00 


7.00 


4.Dli 


5.00 


5.00 



2. 00 

3.00 



11.25 . 




3.00 


54.21 


12.00 


2.00 


2.00 


32. 10 


14.00 


3.00 


4.00 


59. 00 


7.20. 




3.18 


22. 21 


6.00. 




3.00 


28. 00 


14.21 


1.45 


2.35 


52. 26 


9.00 


1.00 


1.00 


29. 00 


5.00 


1.00 


1.50 


21.50 



ASSOCIA TIOX. I /, ST A TI8TIC8. 



67 



ANSON- Continued. 









Pastors. 


m fc IE fc 


■oSc 


e 


a 


cc g 


a 


'•cl i 


c 












£ ja-% >•-£ 






c.2 


>..2 


c 


V o 


a 












.2 a £ =3 £ 






SS 




C3 


"S s 


















§1 




T3 .2 


jS 


.2 -a 


-d 


03 










03 j-S §S 

moo: 


$<g 


gs 


ss 


a 


SH 


M 


O 










cc 


H 


fa 


OS 


o 


§ 


«! 


H 


Rockv Mount 


K 


C. 


Snider 


9 88' 29 


$10. 00 


$5.00 


SS. 4(1 




$5. 00 




$4.00 


$32. 40 


Rockv River.. 


J. 


A. 


Summev 


... 7 53 61 


5. 00i 4. 00 


3.20 




8.00, 


$2.25, 


2.73 


26.13 


Wadesboho 


T 


\\ 


Chambliss 


.. 13 460 429; 


198.58 206.85 


175. 00 


$8.00 


100. 00 


20. 00! 


12.00, 


720. 43 


Red Hill 


J. 


A. 


Summey 


7 131 75 


10.00 5.00 


8.00 


2.00, 


10. 00 


1.00 


2.00, 


38.00 










135 
























140 






Birmingham 








30 








" "~~r" r~" 1 1 


Total 


.. 1011575 1357 


288.83i271.45 


262.95 


17. on 


201.66 


31.70 


40.76 1 


114.35 



ASHE. 









73 















Ball Mountain.. 

Baptist Home 

Beaver Creek 

Berlin 


T. M. Hayes 

P. H. Haire 

B. F Wilcox 

P. H. Haire 

Elihu Tucker 


9 
5 

4 

25 


33 
71 
54 
36 
131 
35 


94 

42 
45 
65 
74 
67 


2.15 

13.75 

10. 96 2. 75 

10.00 


2.60 
4.10 


2.00 

7.20 

2.50 

3.94 


...... 




4.15 






23.55 







20.31 
13.94 


Big Flatts 

Big Laurel 


B. F. Wilcox 


1 




1.00 
1.65 







1.00 


W. H. Michael 

R. M. Burkett 


2 


59 
47 
23 

74 






1.65 










::::::|:::::::: 




. .. 




Buffalo 

Calvarv . 

Clifton 

Corinth.. 


R. M. Burkett 

I. M. Carter 

P. H. Haire 

Elihu Tucker 


q 


52 

63 
50 

80 


2.00 

3.16 
.55 


2.00 

.50 
2.00 


1.35 

.25 

2.57 






3.35 


10 
2 


14 
85 
86 
23 
no 






.25 

7.73 


2.25 

1.00 




2.80 




1.00 


Friendship. -. 

Healing Springs 


W. F. Barker 

W. F. Barker 


10 






.50 


4 79 


3.00 


4.00 




9.00 




35 
126 
35 
35 
82 
26 
22 
105 
77 
82 
34 
18 
75 
30 
38 






Landmark 

Liberty Hill. 

Long Branch 

Mission Home. 

Meadow View .. 


W. F. Barker 

Elihu Tucker 

P. H. Haire 

J. T. Glenn 

David Blackburn.. .. 
J. W. Poe 


2 
7 
9 
4 


61 
40 
83 
35 
60 
.... 
67 
107 
56 
49 

42 


.20 




1.00 


1.85 


.20 


3.25 


1.50 
.86 

2.50 




1.00 
1.30 


1.25 

1.87 3.71 


1.50 


3.75 
9.24 


New River 

Obids. 

Old Fields 


Elihu Tucker 


7 
5 
3 


i ! 


2.50 


R. M. Burkett.... 


.25 




4.95 


5.20 
11.57 


3.50 1.00 


.52 


4.55 1 2.00 


Peak Valley - 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Home 

Windfall 


W. H Michael 












1 


W. F. Barker 


2 





1.00 



4. 00 

1.00 




5.00 
1.00 




Zion Hill 


T. M. Hays 


22 








Total 


14lll833'l232 


53.52 4.61 


16.02 


1.87 51.02 3.70 131.74 



BEULAH. 





G. W. Reed 




3, 




5.001 
5.00! 
21.64] 


1.00, 
2.121 
8. 00i 


1.00 
1.20 
14.31 


3.00 


1.00, 
2.40 ; 
10.00 


1 
l.OOi 
1.60 
8.00 


9.00 


Blanch ... 


G. W. Reed 

J. A. Ellis 


2 

7 


27 1 57 
83 26: 


12.32 




64.95 




C. P. Ryland... 


18 


171 68, 


50. 00 


25. 00' 


50.00 


3.84 


6.25 26.00 


13.00 


174.09 


Kerr's Chapel... ... 


D. W. Overbv 




100 39 


20. 001 


5.00: 


5.00 


1.50 


5. 00 2. 00 


4.00 


42.50 


Lambeth Memorial . 


J. A. Ellis 


4 


40 40 


10. 00 


6.25 


8.75 




5.00 2.50 


5.00 ! 


37.50 




J. A. Ellis 


1 


18— 


7.00! 


5.00! 


10.00 




3.00 2.00; 


2.50, 


29.50 




G. W. Reed 


7 


Ill 56; 


15.00 


3.00 


5.00 


1.00 


5.78 2.00! 


2.50 


34.28 








19 


28 


10.00 


10.00 


19.00 


3.00 


16.00 3.21 


6.00 


67.21 


Shiloh ... 


G. W. Reed 




55 


51j 


15. 00! 


8.00 


10.00 


2.00 


5.00 2.50 


5.00 


47.50 


Thompsonville 


D. W. Overby 




15 


53 


5.00 


2.00. 


. 


.49 


2. 65 


1.05! 


11.19 


Trinity.. 


D. W. Overby 




44 




8.00; 


2.00, 


4.00 


1.00 


1.75 1.00 


1.75 


19. 50 


Yanceyville 


D. W. Overby 




96 


46 


15.00 


12.00 


15.00 


3.00 


15. 00, 5. 00 1 


10.00 


75.00 


Milton 


G. W. Reed 


3 


26 26 


25.33! 


2.00! 


2.00 




2. 00 


2.00 


33.33 








.... 67 . 


















. 








Total 


42 


836 557 


211.97 


91.37 


145. 26 


18. 83 


80.83 46.21 


61.40 


657. 87 



68 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



BLADEN. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



2- §3 

— — -5 






"5<2 



— o a 



Brown's Creek 

Abbottsburg 

Bethel 

Brier Branch 

Centre Road D 

Cvpress Creek W 

Galeed._._ I. 

Shady Grove D 

Sandy Grove D 

White Lake J. 

Zion Hill.... .__ R 

Thumb Swamp H 

Garland 

Beard's Chapel _. R 

White Oak .1. 

Hickory Grove A. 

Love's Grove R 

Elizabethtown O. 

Baptist Centre... 

Mount Zion 



J. Freeman. 

L. Bvrd 

L. ByTd 



L. Johnson.. 

R. Johnson.. 
P. Hedgpeth- 

L. Johnson.. 

L. Johnson.. 
H. Dobson... 

L. Byrd 

Carter 



23 
56 
30 

57 
76 

65 

120 

"51 
60 
57 



5.15 
10.00 
14. 95 
3.00 
7.40 
4.23 



S2.00 
7.99 
5.58 
1.10 



$2.76 

13.35 

11.69 | 

.50 So. 10 



$.95! j $i.55| 

20.00 ! 3.001 

7.34 ! 2.43J 

1.48 — 



1.50. 



78.50 60.00 

7.40 . 

9.64 5.00 
12.00 5.00 
19.20 12.70 



161.10'. 



23.00 833.00 20.50 : 



15.00. 

4.00. 
9.00; 



M. Hilburn. 
M. Fleming. 
H. Porter... 
L. Byrd 

P. Meeks 



Total. 



105 70 
69 34 
248 130 
188.... 
62 46 
17--.. 
15 26 
24.... 



11.00 . 

10.00 2.00 
2.60! 1. 10! 



2. 25 

1.40 



2.15 

30.00 12.40 
2s. 11 14.44 
15.10 5.00 



53 1844 



901 



1.10 



1.75 



22.00 11.13 
43.12 ... 

8.35 

3.82 



247.93 134.46 294.69 



16.88 



84. 45 
8. 65 

11.86 
3.20 



5. Of) 10.00 

3.04 

2. 00, 5. 25 

1.00 



i 12.41 

43.03 

41.99 

11.18 

7.40 

5.73 

386. 10 

7.40 

40.64 

35.25 

46.65 



2.15 
174. 98 
97.36 
47.56 

10.87 



194.531 47.14 46.38 982.01 









BRIER 


CREEK. 












M. Walker 


13 


110 
64 
81 
120 
65 
138 
178 
196 
76 
199 
163 
35 
86 


58 

70 

"75 
75 














X. T. Jarvis 


1.00 







2.72 




2.72 


Bethel 


G. M. Burcham 

W. T. Comer 

\Y. A. Myers 

T. E. Redman 

.1. (1. Weatherman 

J. G. Weatherman 

J. X. Brinkley 


1(5 

5 
9 

4 
8 
13 

2 

8 
13 






1.00 




























2.50 




1.50 




4.00 


Fall Creek 










"83 


3.00 
3.25 




.. ..-. 




3.00 


Holly Springs. 







2.00 




5.25 










J. (i. Weatherman- ._. 

I. Holler 

S. F. Simmons 

D. W. Pool 

R. X. Garner 

J. P. Gwaltney 




4.05 






4.05 












8? 














86 116 
125 56 
179 93 


5.00 




4.00 




9.00 






3.00 




3. 












144 
32 












A. T. Pardue__. 




.30 
1.00 
7.80 
2.00 

1.61 
1.84 


.60 


: | .90 


Hill 


T. E. Redman 




67 75 

87.... 

11 61 

'^74 84 


2.14 1 3.14 




T. A. Caudle 

A. T. Pardue 

J. G. Weatherman 

T. E. Redman 

T. E. Redman 


4 
10 


3.00 1 


10.80 
8.00 
2.48 
1.61 
1.84 


Roaring River 


2.00 
2.48 





4.00 




Sweet Home 

Shady Grove 

Shiloh 


2 126 

2 243 
2 92 
5 200 

14 2H2 
.... 62 


75 
114 




:::: ::::::::|::::::|:::::: 






100 
66 


7.25 
6.00 


4.40 


11.65 
6.00 


Zion 


W. E. Linney 

M. Walker 










Total ..- 


132 3441 2108 


40.05 11.63 





26.76 


78.44 










* 











*AU churches report Sunday Schools but full data not given. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



69 



BRUNSWICK. 




Antioch. 
Beulah. 
Bethel- 
Camp Branch. 
Mount Pisgah_ 
Jennie's Branch. 

Cool Run 

Farmer's Chapel. 

Happv Home 

Mill Creek 

Long Branch 

Prospect 

Lebanon 

New Life 

New Brittain 

Southport 

Polly Bridge 

Shallotte 

Seven Creeks 

Regan 

Soldier Bay 

Oak Grove 



D. L. Hewett. 

D. L. Hewett. 
C. P. Bullock. 
A. J. Freeman. 
C. Milliken. 
J. C. Mizell. 

E. L. Swain. 
J. A. Mintz. 
J. A. Bryaon. 
J. A. Mintz. 
J. A. Mintz. 
J. O. Fullbright. 
J. Harrelson. 

J. A. Mintz 

A. G. Stoaks 

G. W. .Stanley.... 

J. A. Mintz 

A. W. Clemmons. 



Total . 104 18001162 







BRUSHY 


MOUNTAIN. 














Beaver Creek 


G. Z. Bumgarner .. . 
D. W. Pool... 


7 


74.... 
56.... 


3.00 


1.00 


1.00 
8.00 
5.00 
1.25 


2.00 


2.00 
10.00 
10.00 
1.25 
5.00 
3.00 
2.01 
6.00 
4.00 
5.00 






7.00 








18.00 




M. McNeil 

M. McNeil 

A. T. Pardue.. 

J. W. Burchett 

J. B. Reed 

J. W. Burchett 

T. E. Redman 


10 

6 
5 
5 
2 
28 
3 

9 

10 

1 


110 230 
69 65 
37.... 

178 

53.... 
68! 50 
74 100 

285 279 
31 80 

203.... 

203 266 
46, 24 
22 129 

124! 131 
68, 100 
58.... 
44! 79 

193; 79 

101 .... 


5.00 

1.90 

5.00 



2.00 
5.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
90.00 


5.00 
3.20 
5.00 

1. 00, 

9.00 

1.00 

2.00 

60.00 






27.00 


Fishing Creek 


1.00 

— 


1.00 
3.00 
1.00 


10.25 
18.00 


Lewis Fork 

Little Rock 


'2.00 
1.32 
5.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.07 

90.00 


1.00 
.50 




7.00 
5.32 


Moravian Falls 

Mount CanneL-. ... 




2.00 
1.00 
2.67 
1.00 
1.25 
17.46 


20.00 
11.00 
18.67 




1). M. Wheeler 

M. McNeil 

C. M. Rock 

C. W. Cheek 

A. T. Pardue 


4.00 


New Hope 

N. Wilkesboro, 1... 
H N. Wilkesboro, 2 . 




4.91 
85.00 


15.00 


11.23 
367.46 




25.00 


1.00 

8.00 


5.00 




1.00 
1.05 





1.00 
1.10 




33.00 




L. B. Murray 

W. F. Carlton 


21 

7 


10.15 












8.00 

.50 

6.50 

65. 00 














... 

8.00 


Stonv Hill . 






3.00 
10.00 


1.00 
15.00 
50.00 


1.00 
5.00 


1.00 
10.00 
75.00 


.50 
5.00 


1.00 
5.00 


3.00 


Walnut Grove 

Wilkesboro 


D. W. Pool 

L. P. Gwaltney 


6 
3 


36.50 
215. 00 


Total.. 


124 


2092 1632 


223. 90 109. 20 


189. 64 


9.50 


226. 22 


16.50 


38.38 


830. 58 









*Seven churches unreported. 



BUNCOMBE. 



G. P. Hamrick. 

R. P. Walker ._ 45 



Ashville, First. 

West End... 

Calvary 

Antioch W. T. Bradley- 
Avery's Creek S. C. Owen. 

Beaver Dam W. T. Bradley.. 

Bethel J. H. McCurry. 

Berea. J. A. Bradlev... 

Bent Creek ' S. C. Owen.'... 



W. M. Vines ■ 60 1204 1713 600.00 650.00 1,500.00. 



J 774.47 
111 265 443 50.45 55. 00 39.03' 5.00 178.12 

.90 
.50 
.00 



144! 241 54.55 73.00 51.75 1.18 



147 
34 
43 
74 
79 
36 



97 25.00 15.00 

50 5.00; 2.56| 

73: 33.70 50.74 

78: 25.501. 

56 1 27.001 12.00; 

35 6. 26; 2.50, 



14.50 

2.50 

67. 50 3. 00 



100. 00 



20. 00 
2.50 



3,624.47 

327. 60 

297. 9S 

62.00 

15.06 

177.83 

25.50 

70.00 

13. 26 



70 V. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 

BUNCOMBE— Continued. 



Churches. 






Pastors. 


1 
0. 

e 


Church 

Membership. 
Sunday School 

Membership. 


c3 

C 
C 

■Sac 
So £ 
s o 55 

'- r - 
%<% 




w 


a 

c.2 

Is 




~a J. 

xa a 

x.2 

T3.S 
CO 


a 

M 
c3 

c 

03 

J3 

O 


2 
c 


a 

£ 
OS 

o 

3 


g 

c 

i 

o 

< 


3 

c 




w. w 

. M. S. 

W. T 

Jame 

. N. B 

M. S. 

E. Al 

.1. W. 

C. E. 

.1. R. 

. E. Al 

. S. C 

M. M 

W. T 

s. C. 

A. .1. 

. M. S. 

R. B 

J. R. 


Marr ... 

Promt 

Bradlev 

s Blankenship... 

Phillips 

Promt 

ison.. . 


12 

18 
1 
3 

10 
13 
2 
6 

11 
4 

1 
9 
1 

3 


103 
58 

149 
79 

236 
56 

142 
57 

141 
66 
81 
74 

105 

152 
88 

112 
29 
47 


157 
102 
141 
63 
254 
92 
86 
59 
68 
56 
88 
43 
66 
98 
88 
57 
40 
69 
75 
71 


S15. 00 S15. 00 


820.00 




865. 00 








$115.00 


Brown's Chapel 










20.00 
1.50 

53. 00 
5.00 
3.40 

10.00 
5.00 


2.50 
25.00 
3.00 
1.75 
6.00 
12.25 


5.00 
2.50 

50.00 
1.00 
4.18 
6.00 

10. 00 












25.00 














6.50 




82.50 
1.00 

2.00 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 

2.00 


io. 66! 

7.93 
10. 00 
10.00 

2.50 

7.76 
7.00 
10.36 
25.55 
4.55 
2.00 
25.43 








140. 50 


Elk Mountain 

Flat Creek 






$22. 30 


32.30 
17.36 










34. 00 




Jervis... . 

Liner.. 

lison 








37.25 


Inanda. 

Jupiter __ 








2.50 
2.00 


5.00 
2.00 
15.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
8.00 


3.00 
4.00 
6.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
4.85 
1.50 


2.50 
2.00 
12. 00 
10.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.35 
1.57 


19.26 




Sluder 

Bradley. 

Owen ._ _. . 

Sprinkle 

Promt 

Freeman 


16.00 










45.36 










47. 55 


Pleasant Hill 








9.55 










7.00 










45. 63 










3.07 


Swannanoa 






46 














57 


40 
















































Total 


221 


3904 4599 


952.86 979.45 1,831.88 


28. 68 1, 276. 96 127. 60 


22.3015,219.73 



CALDWELL. 



Antioch I. 

Blairs Fork I. 

Buffalo Cove I. 

Bethany . I. 

Clarke's Chapel \V 

Concord I. 

Dudley Shoals W 

Fleming's Chapel J. 

Greene Valley J. 

Granite Falls 

Greene Rock .. I. 

Globe J. 

John's River E. 

King's Creek J 

l.iiui r Creek J- 

Lovelady C. 

Lenoir, 1st C. 

Lenoib, 2d... I 



\V. Thomas 

W. Thomas 

C. Miller. _. 

C. Miller 

, N. Cook 

K. Fox 

J. Bumgarner 

M. Harris 

M. Harris 



Mountain Grove . 



U 



Mt. Zion W 



Nelson's Chapel I. 

Piney Grove. I 

Poo vey's Grove.. W 

Pisgah. L 

Rocky Springs W 

Rhodhiss -. C 

Sardis \V 

I Inion Grove L. 

Union I. 

Whitnel I. 

Winkler's < }rove C 

U llson's Creek. - ... J. 

Yadkin I. 

Total ...... 



C. Miller . 

J. L. Sherwood 3 

M. Cragg 

G. Benfield... . 12 
G. Benfield 1 

M. Lrvin. 

A. G. Thomas 2 

W. Thomas 2 

X Cook.... 18 

. X. Cook 17 

('. Miller 

C. Miller 

. \V. Conway 

C. King- ' 2 

. X. Cook 

M. Krvin 

. X. Cook. . 30 

C. King 



4.53 
4.12 
2.00 


4.92 
2.60 
1.00 


6.20 

1.27 

2.00. 

2.00 

1.85 


12.98 
3.32 
2.00 
2.00 


1.00 
1.96., 


1.12 


100. 15 

84. 52 

7.00 


2.00 




6.00 







1.85 






2.00 
13.07 


1.50 




3.50 


5.05 






18.12 




1.40 

4.00 


2.28 
5.00 




3.68 


5.00 








14.00 












1.00 


1.00 

100. 00 


1.00 
20.00 






3.00 
120.00 




M. Shaver 

W. Thomas 

M. Ervin 

J. L. Sherwood 

I). Crisp. 



1.00 
5.10 


1.00 


10.00 


[.00 

3.41 .. 


2. 00 

2. 00 








7.13 
1.60 




6.95 



2. 15 
1.00 



.50 



2.00. 

2.45 

1.25. 

5.00. 

1.51 

3.00 

1.00. 



1.61 



r.s:; 

1.00 
4.00 

15. 10 
6.00 
7.86 
1.25 

19.08 
3.11 
5. li.', 

2.00 
3.13 



1413163 2393 100.43 64.44 251.99 



87.91 9.29 15.54 529.52 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



71 



CAPE FEAR-COLUMBUS.— 1909 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



E -JK 






g<!S 






"3.2 






Benevolence 

Boardman 

Cherry Grove 

fCerro Gordo 

Clarkton 

Cedar Grove 

Cross Roads 

Chadbourn 

Corint h 

Cheerful Hope.. 

China Grove 

Evergreen 

Fair Bluff 

Hinson Cross Roads. 

Livingston. 

Mt. Sinai 

Mt. Zion 

Macedonia 

Mt. Pleasant 

New Hope 

Palmyra 

Piney Forest 

Porter Swamp 

Sweet Home 

Smyrna 

Spring Branch 

White Marsh 

H Wooten's. 

Williamson's X. R... 

Whiteville.. 

Western Prong 

Union Chapel 

Zion's Chapel 

Bogue Chapel 

Mt. Tabor 

Pleasant Plains 



M. A. Stephens. 

C. Stanly 



A. H. Porter. 

C. Stanly 

F. T. Martin. 
F. T. Martin 

C. Stanly 

W. R. Cains.. 



M. A. Stephens 

R. E. Peele 

C. Stanly 

J. C. Mizell... 

J. P. Bullock 

A. H. Porter 

M. A. Stephens 

A. H. Porter. 

G. W. Harrelman 

G. W. Stanlv 

F. T. Wooten 

K. Barnes 

D. L. Hewett 

J. T. Tyner 



127 116 
224! 591 

36 I 

28.... 
158 51 . 
193 101 
179| 155! 
85 82 
80 56 
98 36. 
174 103 
146 86 
68 54. 
143 143 
127| 86 



A. H. Porter. 



K. Barnes 

C. C. Smith... 

F. T. Wooten. 
J. T. Tyner... 
J. T. Tyner... 
A. H. Porter.. 

G. F. Stanly.. 
A. H. Porter.. 



85 


43 


12S 


100 


152 


50 


131 


63 


183 


125 


74 


47 


21 




69 


70 


177 


117 


224 
R2 


77 
34 



44, 

179 



S35. 67 $9. 50 S29. 59 . 

1.61 7.37. 

1.00 1.00 .50. 

.71 1.65 3.75 1 . 



206 j 140 
145 56 



$19.65 $4.60 

1.40 1.50 $2.05 
.75 .91 



26. 90 
20. 00! 

4.81! 

6.68i 



40.68 
6.50 



31.80 
25.62 
5.00 
4.80i 
2.00 
8.96! 
8.50 



244. 02 ! 

133.421 

9.70 

2. 65 $10. 07 



2.35 

12.00 

79.61 7.77 

5.00 

15.63 



6.101 

1.47! 



16.46 

1.00 

7.44 

8.85 

.82 



7.19 
1.00 
4.13 

9.28 
.06 



16.95 
7.00 
1.44 
8.78 : 
1.001 
2.32 1 

10.36 
5.00 
1.00 



16.59 



10.00 



26.00 27.02. 

5.00 

1.60! 

23.68' 12.0S 1 

1.70 

2.00 ! 1.00 

2.35 

1.00 

4.081 



2.00i 



2.11 

1.00: 

.94 
2.55 



$99.01 

13.93 

4.16 

6.11 

12.33 

320. 82 

267. 98 

24.51 

39.83 

2.89 

138. 20 

27.00 

3.04 

70.30 

5.70 

61.22 

33.39 

6.88 

5.08 



2.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 
57. 16! 

2.60| 

2.50! 

7.611 



2.69 
11.75 
7. 50' 
5.00 
7.09 
.60 



14. 38 . 
10.00. 

7.50 
10.50 
52.30 

3.88 



1.00 
2. 03 



7.62 



129.19 62.00 
9.12 7.29 

3.63 

2.00 

8.67J 
4.00! 
5. 58; 



7.62. 

118.89! 

22.24]. 

.531. 



5.00 



5.85 
20.29 

6.78 

1.81 
17.71 

1.61 

2.00! 

5.251 

75.00 29.63 

30. 74 8. 63 

.231 



3.12| 



.... 5.70 

1.00 

2.33] 2.32 
.50 1 1.00 
.... 1.00 



17.85 



4.28i 25.05 
4.00] 4.00 
2.06 1 11.741 



18.46 
4.00. 



1.30 



4.31 
4.00 
1.61 



Total ! 28043502451; 519.46242.37 783. 46' 44. 



389.34 104.52 



28.04 

52.04 

32.48 

28.31 

139.91 

12.22 

5.50 

28.10 

437. 56 

78.03 

4.39 

2.00 

62.07 

20.00 

23.07 



CAROLINA. 





A. O. Allison 

W. A. Morris .. 

H. B. Freeman 

J. A. Wall 

C. D. Cole 

A. I. Justice .- 


1 

7 

3 
5 


265 
80 
76 
89 
69 

121 

59 

32 

196 

48 

100 

273 

64 

119 

27 

73 

46 

226 

92 

173 

263 

130 


86 
78 
72 
76 
70 
109 

133 
74 

209 
83 
50 

220 
54 
68 

""44 
38 
142 

120 
80 
68 


1.00 
5.00 

2.66 
5.00 

40.00 
11.80 
20.00 
11.75 
1.75 
6.70 


.92 

2.50 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 

20.00 
15. 65 

25.00 

10.00 

1.00 


3.34 
5.00 
5.00 
2.50 
3.55 
5.00 

40.00 








5.26 










10.00 




5.00 






12.50 








7.50 
9.09 




1.54 

11.50 

20.00 












26.50 


East Henderson- 






120. 00 


East Flat Rock 






27.45 




T. A. Drake 

A. I. Justice 

J. E. Sentelle 

K. W. Cawthorne 

A. O. Allison... 

T. A. Drake 

H. R. Freeman 

R. P. Corn 

J. O. Wall 

C. D. Cole. 

Geo. Wharton .. 

N. A. Melton 

J. L. Brookshire 

T. A. Drake 


16 

12 

.... 

6 

16 
1 
5 

24 


20.00 

12.00 

1.00 

75. 18 


20.00 
11.13 






85.00 








44.88 








3.75 




44.51 






126. 39 










Hooper's Creek . 

Laurel Springs 


2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
3.00 
6.00 

10. 00 
5.00 


2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
5.00 

22.00 
5.00 


2.50 


1.00 
2.00 






7.50 






4.00 




2.00 
3.00 
5.00 
10.00 
16.00 

9.25 


1.00 
2.00 






7.00 


Middle Fork. 






9.00 








16.00 


Mills River 


10.00 
5.00 

2.00 

5.75 






20.00 


Mt. Moriah... 






53. 00 


Mt. Page . 






12.00 


Mt. Gilead 










15.00 



72 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



CAROLINA— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

OS 

m 


( Jhurch 

Membership. 
Sunday School 

Membership. 


Stale and 
Associational 
Missions. 


a 



" m 

IS 

w 


a 
c.2 

Is 
fa 






■a .2 

02 


a 
M 

oS 

a 

cS 
A 
O. 

O 


a 
— 

03 3 
'C oj 
GJ 

.2t3 

s 



c 

-a 

CI 
M 

< 


"3 

O 

H 


Mt. Olivet. 


J. E. Sentelle 

W. A. Morris 

A. 0. Allison... .. .. 

M. M. Staton 

C. D. Cole 

T. A. Drake 

J. L. Brookshire 

X. A. Melton 

T. H. Posev 


20 

n 

7 
16 

8 


125 44 
152 57 
191 162 
79 79 
349 82 
119 30 
94 47 
65 83 
47 34 












Oak Grove.. 


$2. 00 
3.00 




$2.00 
2.50 


$4.00 






$5.00 
4.20 






S9. 00 


Pleasant Hill 










9.70 


Piney Grove 














Refuge 


10.00 
5.00 
14.00 
25.00 
5.00 


5.00 
5.00 
18.30 

3.00 


5.00 
5.00 
3.60 
20.00 
5.00 










20.00 


Salem 












15.00 


Shaw's Creek 












35.90 


Saluda... 












45.00 


Trvon 












13.00 










Total 


153 3842 2492 


198.00 160.87 


267.92 






151.63 






778. 42 


















CATAWBA RIVER. 
















Abee's Chapel 


C. E. Beaver 

C. Queen _ 

C. E. Beaver 

J. J. L. Sherwood... . 

C. E. Beaver 

James Long 

B. F. Newton.. 

J. P. Hagaman 

T. M. Reid 

J. P. Hagaman 

C. E. Beaver 

J. P. Hagaman 

James Long.. 

C. A. Caldwell 

P. J. Shell 


8 

16 

15 

34 
15 
3 
50 

11 
3 


91 
70 
76 
35 
172 


59 
45 
66 
104 
107 


3.00 
1.00 

12.50 
5.00 

15.00 
5.00 
1.00 
2. 00 

10.00 
1.00 


1.00 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 

2.00 
1.00 


3.00 
2.00 
7.15 
5.00 
30.00 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
3.30 
3.00 
2.25 






3.00 
2.00 

10.00 
100.00 

35.57 
5.00 
3.50 

20.00 
3.30 

20.00 
3.00 






10.00 


Corinth 






5.00 


Connelly Springs 










29.65 








110.00 












82.57 


Glenalpine 


27 4H 






13.00 


Hull's Grove 

Hopewell 


83 
127 
44 
164 
13 
52 
339 
41 
36 
124 
1-4 
101 


118 
74 

115 
40 






6.50 
25.00 


Jona's Ridge 










6.60 


Mt. Home. 






35.00 


Mountain View 










7.25 


Mull's Grove 












MORGANTOM. 


261 

17 
56 
150 
78 
46 


59.95 
1.00 
1.00 

20.00 

3.00 

1.00 

5.00 

.25 

30.00 
1.66 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 

2.50 
5.00 




53.50 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
2.00 

1.00 

4.00 

2.00 
1.00 

2.50 


111.50 
1.00 
1.00 

40.00 
5.00 
1.00 
5.00 
8.30 

42.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
5.25 
2.50 
5.00 






185. 55 
1.00 
2. 00 

40.00 
8.00 
1.05 

12.00 
5.00 

42.00 
1.00 
2.00 
7.00 
2.33 
5.25 
5.00 
100. 00 






410.50 


Mull's Chapel 

Mt. Olivet 







4.00 

5.00 


North Catawba 


J. J. L. Sherwood 

P. J. Shell 


9 
18 

6 
11 
10 
25 

14 

I 






105.00 












18.00 




W. B. Mull 






3.05 




W. F. Hull 

J. P. Hagaman 

C. E. Beaver... 

James Long 

J. M. Harris . 

J. P. Hagaman.. 

C. A. Caldwell 

.1. M. Hani- 

W. B. Mull 


105 37 
170 136 
144 v., 

23 .... 

35 30 
114 82 

63 67 
101 50 
199 48 

35 45 
.... 55 


25.00 


Pleasant Hill 

Smyrna 

Bridgewater 

Bethel 


... 




— 




13.50 

118.00 

3.66 

6.00 


St. Paul 






13.00 








5.33 


Zion.. 

Zion Hill 






10.50 

12.50 




J. J. L. Sherwood 










110.00 


Branch, S. S.— 


... 






























Total 


263 


2768 2046 


190. 86 


81.00 


295. 25 






624. 45 






1,191.56 
















CENT 


RAL. 
























95 

98 

44 
119 

74 
340 
118 
165 
130 
104 
117 
117 

69 
172 
106 


77 
81 
67 
68 
46 
158 
88 
144 
333 
104 

115 

68 

"73 
41 


12.00 
10.00 

2.00 
37.50 

1.70 
17.53 
31.85 
66.68 

5.00 
10.00 
8.00 
4.00 
41.95 
12.00 


6.00 
6.00 
2.00 
23.35 

60.06 
10. 83 
48.83 
7.55 
2.50 
3.00 
8.00 
2.50 
20.00 
11.75 


7.50 

8.00 

2.00 

26.85 

.47 

38.81 

29.26 

61.36 

14.32 

3.00 

5.00 

10.00 

2.00 

25.00 

17.85 


2.50 
1.00 


10.00 
10.00 

5.00 
25.90 

1.24 

4.76 
27.37 
111.95 
36.03 
12.50 

8.00 
10.00 

5.00 
41. 

7.50 






38.00 




S. C. Hilliard 




3.00 




38.00 




T. W. Wheeler.. 


1 
13 
15 
3 
9 
1 
17 

2 

7 


11.00 


Brasafield 

Falls 


B. V. Ferguson 

W. T. Baucom 

A. A. Pippin 

B. Y. Ferguson 

<;. P. Harrill 

S. C. Hilliard . 


4.93 
3.00 
5.35 
3.49 
1.00 
2.00 


10.00 
3.06 


5.00 

3.00 
4.70 


128.60 
3.41 


Flat Rock 

Forest vi lie 

Franklinton 


126.09 
108.37 
298. 87 
61.39 


Harris Chapel 

Hopkins' Chapel 


G. P. Harrill... 

A. A. Pippin 

G. T. Tunstall 


2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.50 
8.00 
2.00 


l.SS 

8.00 
1.50 
5.25 


27. B8 

31.00 
47.00 




1.50 
3.00 
1.00 


19.00 


Mount Vernon 

New Bethel 


R. S. Stephenson 

J. A. Ellis 


i 


144.20 
52. 10 



ASSOCIATION Ah STATISTICS. 



73 



CENTRAL— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



o .- 
X 



g E I* 

o 



"2 "3 c 



C3<S 



S§ 



New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Oak Ridge 

Perry's Chapel... 
Raleigh, First. 

Rolesville 

Samaria 

Stony Hill 

Wakefield 

Wake Forest.. . 

Wake Union 

Wake X Roads.. 
West Raleigh.. 

Woodland 

Youngsville 

Total. 



J. S. Farmer 

L. L. Hudson 

J. W. Sledge 

M. Stamps 

T. W. O'Kelley... 

W. R. Cullom 

L. L. Hudson 

J. W. Atkinson 

W. R. Cullom 

W. N. Johnson 

G. W. Coppedge... 

J. M. Halliard 

J. 8. Farmer 

J. H. Hutchinson 
G. P. Harrill 



3 115 41! 

1 134 111 

2 SO 42 

4 128 85 
25 774 S23 
58 4^8 170 

4 51 72 

6 125 

28 IS 3 100 

11 293 360 

... 41 50 

4 135 63 

... 52 66 

3 135 7S 
6 124 143 



841.94 

10.00 



S23.82 
8.00 



133.67 $2.50 
10.00; 2.00 



25.00 

894. 30 

60.00 

5.00, 

2.40 

31.88; 

447. 13 

6.00 
16.20 
20.10 

4.00 
39.95 



12. 50 24. 50 
641.35 1,001.25 . 
50. 00 100. 00 . 



5.12: 

1.20 
22. 58 
255. 19 

5.00; 

5.01: 
15.50 

2.50i 
23.35 



1.00 



5.00 

1.20 
19.32 
540. 14! 20. 00 

2.00! 2.00 

7.05 
18.29 

6.00 
71.50 



2.24 



1.50 
1.00 
1.00 



S35.29 85.00 

12.00 2.75 

1.77 

51.00 5.00 

495.55 125.00 

76.00 28.00 

5. 00 3. 00 

3.20 1.20 

51.10! 8.51 

85.00 92.33 

8. 00 2. 00 

10.20 2.56 

31.50 

10.00 

20.00 



3.00 
10." 66 



2.00 
2.00 
5.00 



S6.36 8148.58 
2.00 46.75 
...J 1.77 
123. 00 
,157.45 
324.00 
24.12 
10.00 
5. 00 140. 63 
45.50 1,485.29 
25.00 
2. 26 44. 78 
2. 50 90. 89 
25.50 
159. 80 



233 4726 3747 1,864.11 1,283.49 2,091.34 64.81 1,211.86 320.91 105.95 6,942.4 



CHOWAN. 





A. A. Butler 




33 


an 


2.24 
86.95 












2.24 


Ballard's Bridge i 


435 159 


41.95 


105. 85 


50.00 


70. 00 


15. 00 


369. 75 


Belhaven 


J. \V. Rose 


4 


89 130 


31.00 


7.94 


11.94 


7.00 44.86 


5.00 


5.00 


112.74 


Berea. ... 


W. R. Haight 


17 


273 326 


49.00 


12.00 


15.00 


37.00 


10.00 


5.00 


128.00 


Bethel 


J. E. Lovejoy 

Josiah Elliott. . . . 


5 

2 


284) 86 
131 57 


37.50 
15.00 


7 25 


7 25 


6 50 7.40 






65.90 


Beulah ._ 


18.00 


22.00 


2.00 68.00 


6.66 


5.00 


136. 00 


Blackwei.i. Mem 


I. N. Loftin 




542 517 


100. 00 


110.15 


250. 88 


40.00 


50.00 


20.76 


571.79 


Center Hill 


Josiah Elliott 


9 


201 83 


29.00 


16.00 


32.00 


55.00 


7.50 


7.00 


146.50 


Chappell's Hill 


Josiah Elliott 




142 36 


25.00 


12.00 


15.00 


35.00 


8.00 


5.00 


100.00 


Coinjock . 




4 


73 50 


5 00 


5.00 


5.00 









15.00 























Columbia 


W. B. Morton 


9, 


189 133 


30.00 


10.00 


50.00 


25.00 


15.00 


10.00 


140. 00 


Cool Springs . . 


A. T. Howell 


18 


426 1S3 


30.00 


26.65 


39.47 


40.00 


4.00 


10.15 


150. 27 


Corinth 


J. B. Ferebee 


5 


225 


203 


38.00 


18.34 


24.00 


35.00 


5.00 


5.00 


125. 34 




L. E. Dailey.. 

J. B. Ferebee 


5 


31 

22S 


48 
117 
















Ebenezer 


15.66 


10.00 


10.00 


45.00 


3.42 


5.00 


88.42 


Edenton 


E. L. Wells 




226 224 


150. 00 


258. 13 


207. 83 


8.67 166.86 




27.12 


818.61 


Elizabeth City 


E. W. Stone 


55 


719 671 


329. 95 


200. 00 


302. 88 


17.05 179.21 





35.70 


1,064.79 


Eureka 


Josiah Elliott 


10 


158 75 


12.00 


17.00 


21.00 


2.50 40.00 


5.00 


5.00 


102. 50 


Gates ville 


T. L. Brown.... 




1S1 118 

68 46 


36.18 


41.28 


41.35 


51.09 


10.00 


10.00 


189. 90 




J. B. Ferebee .. 

S. F. Bristow 

A. A. Butler 


15 
6 

19 




Great Hope 


12 00 


10 00 


14 48 


8.00 






44.48 


57 
219 


















Hertford . . 


164 


40.00 


35.00 


40.00 


84. 00 


25.00 


15.00 


239. 00 


Macedonia 


J. E. Lovejoy 




161 


112 


26.03 


11.00 


17.17 


2. 05 22. 93 


3.30 


2.. 00 


84. 45 


Manteo 


J. D. Howell 


4 


70 


70 


18.00 


7.07 


15.20 


1 16.99 




5.00 


62.26 


Middleswamp 


A. A. Crater 


fi 


162 


100 


20.00 


10.00 


30.00 


13.26 


5.66 


5.00 


83.26 




L. E. Dailey 

Josiah Elliott. 


8 
5 






10.00 
5.00 


5.00 

3.00 


5 0C 


2 55 12 0C 






34.55 


Mt. Sinai 


53 40 


7.50 


5.00 


2.00 


5.00 


27.50 


Mt. Zion 






4' 





















S. F. Bristow 




33 
13 

79 


32 
"87 


5.00 
3.56 
5.00 


1.50 


1.50 








S.OO 














3.56 


Oak Ridge 


S. F. Bristow 


3 




3.00 


2.00 




3.00 


13.00 


Olivet 


Spencer Chaplain... 


4 


57 


78 


16.80 


12.20 


15.15 


1 15.00 


5.0C 


5 00 


69.15 






10 


36 


5 00 


1 25 


1.25 


2.00 






9.50 








57 
124 


















Poplar Branch 




15 
21 

7 


145 


10.00 
25.00 


13.00 
10.00 


20.00 
10.00 


20.00 

10.00 

75.00 


5.00 




68.00 






34 123 
95! 60 


10.00 


Providence 


J. B. Ferebee 


5.00 


5.00 


130. 00 


Ramoth Gilead 


W. R. Haight.. 




183 122 


25.00 


20.00 


10.0c 


15.0C 


10.00 


5.00 


85.00 






6 
18 
16 

1 


119 64 
241 74 


10.98 
42.20 
10 00 


25 00 


6.87 
39 76 


21.14 

1 07 38.81 






38.99 




A. A. Crater 

W. R. Haight.. 

J. D. Howell 






146.84 




10 00 


17 50 


18.05 






55. 55 


Roanoke Island 


75 


70 


10.00 


5.00 


5.00 


8.00 




5.00 


33.00 



Y. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION 



CHOWAN— Continued. 













ship. 

shool 

ship. 


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Pastors. 


DD 




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§ 


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H 




Rocky Hock J. E. Lovejoy. 

Roper L. E. Dailey. _ 

Rose Bay _ 

Salem..' W. R. Halght.... 10 182 

Sandy Cross T.L.Brown 392 70 

Sawyer's Creek C.E.Edwards 31 305 224 

Shady Grove 151 

Shiloh S. F. Bristow 8 

Sound Side L. E. Dailey 5 

South Shore 

Warwick J. E. Lovejov.. . 4 

Whale's Head 11 

Whiteville Grove A.A.Butler 2 

Woodville A.A.Butler 5 

Veopini A. A. Butler 4 



39 
297 251 
263 171 

85 

504 174 

29 74 
167 
172 
175 



S68.98 $64.'50 
12.00 7.00 
1.91 .... 
40.00 
33.00 
105.00 
4.00 
30.00 
11.38 



198.00 $6.54 S73.19S10.00S10.56 S331. 77 



7.00 5.65 10.25 



2.00 



10.00 
10.00 
34. 25 
3.00 
15.00 
11.38 



34.00 

15.00 

100.00 

3.00 

15.00 



47.57 



40.00 5.00 10.00 

20.00 5.00 

45.00 18.98 10.00 

5.00 I 2.50 

63.10 10.00 5.00 

5.00.... __ 



43.81 
1.91 

144.00 
83.00 

313.23 
17.50 

185.67 
27. 76 



NT 



60.00 
4.86. 
16.00 
15.00 
38.61 



15.00 

10." 66 

5.00 
10.00 



20. 00 . 
2.40 
15.00 

10. (K) 
15.00 



20.00 
19.45 
20.00 
10.00 
24.50 



10.00 10.00 

Too" 5766 

5.00 5.00 
5. 00 5. 00 



135.00 
28.46 
71.00 
62. 00 
98.11 



Total 41010144 6580 1,762.16 1185.84 1,754.88 122.901,662.09 328.20 323.29 7,139.36 



CUMBERLAND. 



Beaver Dam \\. 

Bladen Union T. 

Cape Fear E. 

Cedar Creek T. 

Cumberland W. 

Ever Green D. 

Fayetteville J. 

Green Springs . M. 

Godwin W. 

Hope Mills P. 

Judson J. 

Lebanon J. 

Massey Hill B. 

Manchester Ja. 

Mt. Pisgah K. 

Mt. (Ulead P. 

Peter's Creek 

Pleasant Grove J. 

Rockfish P. 

Sharon ... P. 

Shiloh H. 

Sugg's Grove W. 

Tabernacle... J. 

Cnion Springs P. 

Total 



R. Johnson 6 

J. Baker _ 5 

I. Olive 

J. Baker 15 

O. Johnson 5 

L. Johnson 8 

J. Hall 15 



A. Stephens 19 

J. Jones 4 

T. Britt 15 

O. Tew 3 

W. Cobb 13 

Townsend. 19 

9. Hartsell 

N. Cashwell. 

T. Britt 6 

7 

Prevatl 

T. Britt. 16 

T. Britt 1 

L. Byrd 11 

A. Humphrey ... 2 
W. Cobb ... 8 
T. Britt 15 



87 
68 
88 51 
248 139 



113 
143 



391 358 

198 107 

68 93 

163 196 



196 282 
8.... 

90 35 

151 33 

75 42 
33 

132 182 

1411 51 

89 46 

80 81 

67 86 

60 51 



2.33. 

8.47 
17.50 

5.50 
10.00 
45.00 
10.00 
13. 59 



15.00 


5.09 


4.09 


8.61 


5.00 


3.00 


5.00 


3.00 


8.00 



15.00 
10.00 
14.56 
5.00 
.40 
51.40 

"5.66 

20. 25 

3.77 
8.05 
10.00 
3.00 
5.00 
3.06 
1.65 



1.47 
54. 10 . 
25.10 

128. 18 . 

20.00 

.40 

351.74 

45. 48 . 

10. 00 . 

31.40 

2.59 

4. 92 

15.00. 

3.00 

5.00 

10.00 

16.46 



1.00 



26.35 7.00 

40. 97 6. 97 2. 58 

40.23 11.18 

16.00 1.00 

1. 001 .45 

171.00 10.00 

21.32 114.00 

12.00 

65.00 ' 

4.50. 80 

15.75 .80 11.50 

41.16. 5.00 

2.00 2.00 

5.00 .... 

13.00 

.75 



5.00 



27.36 

3. 21 

1.00 
5.00 

1.00 



5.00 



25. 75 
100.00 
3.18 ... 
8.00 1.00 

.97 

2.00 



30. 00 . 

12. 75 
3.25 
2.00 
4.50 
2.00. 



3.00 
.51 
1.60 



3.80 

110.92 

103. 12 

199. 65 

53.00 

47.25 

594. 14 

194. 39 

42.00 

121.74 

22.95 

49.64 

76.16 

13.00 

20.00 

26.06 

18.86 

3.00 

91.11 

125. 50 

13.56 

12.51 

12.07 

10.00 



187 2855 2201 182.87 193.71 864.74 7.00 529.53 122. 77 56.62 1,957. 24 



EASTERN. 



J. B Newton. 

B. G. Early.. 
J. L. Stewart- 



Alpine 

Alum Springs... 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Beulaville . B.G.Early... 

Beulah Chapel. . B. F. DeLoatob 

Bear Marsh J. H. Booth... 

Boykln's < Shapel. 

Calypso . P. A. Anthony 

Cedar Fork B.G.Early... . 

Center Henry Garter 

Clint,,,, .. B. F. DeLoateh 

Concord J. B. Newton 

' lorinth J. M. Alderman 



21 

30.. 
1H4 . 

28 

53 

36 
148 

52.. 

50 

34 

50 
2.51 

52 
17:! 



3.00 
37. 20 
41.61 

1.00. 

7.78 

2.00 
25. 50 



1.50 
1.00 
9.00 



4.00 
1.00 



1.50 
2.00 
11.00 
1.00 
6.00 
2.50 
2.00 



1.00 

.50 

3.00 



1.00 
5.00 
9.00 



5.00 
2.50 
11.00 



82 50. 00 

3. 50 

31 

159 49. 20 

40 11.0(1 
142 35.00 



20.00 
2.50 
5. 00 

87. 35 
2.50 
5.00 



25.00 
2.00 
5.00 

50.95 
5.00 

12.1X1 



10.08 
1.00 
3.00 



20.00 
1.00 
5.00 

58. 65 
7.00 

20.00 



1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


4.50 


4.00 


.50 


.35 


2.00 


1.25 


1.00 




3.00 


1.00 


5.00 


1.00 


1.00 


.50 


10.00 


16. 70 


1.00 


2.00 


8.00 


5.00 



10.00 
47.70 
82.11 

2.85 
26.03 

9.00 
42.50 



121.00 
10.50 
15.00 

29. 50 
88.00 



AS80GIATI0NAL ST A TISTIC8. 



75 



EASTER X— Continued. 



Pastors. 



S^S 



Delway .. ... J. 

Dobson's Chapel J. 

Ebenezer W. 

Faison W. 

Hallsville B. 

Island Creek J. 

Johnson J. 

Kenansville J. 

Lisbon J. 

Magnolia J. 

Maple Hill 

Mt. Gilead J. 

Ml. Olive P. 

New Hope E. 

Piney Grove J. 

Poplar Grove ... J. 

Rose Hill I J. 

Rowan J. 

Sharon B. 

Siloaru A. 

Springvale R. 

Turkey J. 

Warsaw E. 



M. Alderman 14 

H. Booth ' 

C. Humphrey 5 

B. Rivenbark 4 

G. Earlv 4 

M. Page. 6 

M. Page. 13 

H. Booth 

L. Stewart 

H. Booth. 7 



Hid 
21 
47 
4L> 
44 
44 
74 
40 
42 
178, 153 



M. Alderman. 
A. Anthony.. 
J. Harrell.... 

L. Stewart 

M. Duncan... 
M. Page. 



62 

146: 



- 18; 

1 

1 

2 

M. Page... .... 11 



c3<S 






5.00 
2.50 
10.00 



G. Early. 
C. Chaffin . 
C. Sandlin. 

M. Page 

J. HarrelL 



192 136 

167 135 

136 71 

88, 64, 

101 161 

199! 143; 

52 110 

117 165 

117 52; 

50: 46 

227; 134 



$65. 60 $25. 00 
27.50 3.00: 

6.14.... 
10.00 
15.00 ; 
12.50 
60.00 20.39 

27.40 

27. 00 5. 00 
72.65 45.15 

5.00 2.50 

17.00 5.00 

140. 10 26.00 

55.00 3.00 

10. 00 2. 00 

4.00 1.161 
40.55 41. 28 
33.50 13.68 



-3.2 






8.50 
20.00 
12. 00 

2.751 



2.00 
5.00 
2.50 
1.25 



$39. 54 $14. 05 

8.00 1.00 

2.25, 

5.00, 

2. 50 
20.00 
28.15 
19.00 
10.00' 
33. 05 

3.50; 
10.00: 
29.00 
40.00 

5.00 

2.00 
46.10 
14.51 



5.44 

"i.25 
2.00 
3.00 

"2. 00 
16.40 
2.00 
2.00 

1.00 



81.50 20.00 



5.50 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 
150. 00 



1.00 
2.50 
1.00 



$40. 78 $10. 00 

5. 00! 2. 50 
6.46 .... 
10.00 

6.50; 
15.00 
85.00' 
44.00 
15.00 
28.96 

7.67 

6.00, 
150. 00 
57. 50 

5.00 

6.00 
20. 00: 
15.00 
10. 75 
35. 41 

5.00 

7.91 
30.00 



$10.00 
2.00 



1.00 
2.50 
5.00 
6.12 
2.50 
2.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 

10.00 
5.00 
1.50 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.00 
3.00 
2.00 
1.00 

10.00 



$204.97 
49.00 
20.29 
32.00 
32.25 

107.00 

205. 60 
94.90 
66.00 

206. 21 
24.67 
46.00 

355. 10 

168.50 
25.50 
17.16 

159.43 
89.19 
30. 75 
74.41 
24.50 
16.66 

291. 50 



Total 146 3899 2743 1,060. 48442. 74' 608.05: 76.22 755.09 107. 25'l20. 45:3, 170. 28 



ELKIN.— 1909 





Levi McCann 

H. J. Carter 

A. J. Williams 

J. W. Bryant . 


235 








60 








4 56 









71 








G. M. Burcham 

G. M. Burcham 

J. W. Bryant 

J. W. Bryant 


129 








49 








6 63 






Pleasant Hill 


83 








1 99 










32 197 














Total 


43 1042 *700 


1 











*S: S. reported but no data. 



FLAT RIVER. 



Amis's Chapel 1 P. 

Antioch R. 

Bethel 

Beulah J. 

Bethany W. 

Bullock. R. 

Concord J. 

Corinth E. 

Creedmore J. 

Dexter... R. 

Enon._ R. 

Fellowship L. 

Florence Avenue C. 



H. Fontaine. 
H. Jones 



Grassy Creek. 

Hester's 

Island Creek 

Knapp of Reeds 
Knott's Grove ... 
Mill Creek 



212 

2 93 

7 174 

A. Stradlev... .... 6 111 

M.Hudson I 51 

H. Marsh 76 

L. Martin II 110 

M. Lassiter 8; 126 

L. Martin 58 

H. Marsh 11 81 

H. Marsh I 158 

L. Hudson | 148 

P. Ryland I 114 

H. Fontaine 24 185 



H. Marsh. 

D. Poe 

M. Hudson. 

A. Ellis 

H. Bass 



8] 224| 
8; 270! 
9: 1341 
6 77 
11 26s 



55. 99 1 36. 19 
14. 96! 7. 94 
25.00 13.80 
18.88; 14.63 
5. 00 1.60 



7.61 

7.82 

7.80 

23.71 

18. 00' 



2.60 
5.40 
6.19 
14.49 
9.25 



43.24! 38.79 
7.00: 6.001 
29. 00 1 41.501 
30.00 12.60' 
16.45 20.00 
38. 39 30.92, 
16.00, 6.50! 
12.31 11.00 
50.00 66.32 



61.00 

6.55 

123. 82 

30.88 

5.00 

5.57 

9.35 

20.00 

28.42 

20.12 

92.80 

9.00 

70.25 

25.80 

25.50 

33.21 

11.00 

23. 50 

229. 65 



2.36 
1.00 



2.50 
9.50 



37.50 

6.55 ! 

30.18 70.00 

28. 8ll 

5.00! 

24.48; 

10.30. 
4.50 

68. 00 . 



1.10 
1.55 



78.81 
20.00 
22. 26 1 
42.20 
21.80 
30. 18 
27. 00 
16.07 
57.55 



15. 00 



9.20 
7.45 
5.00 
6.37 
3.35 
2.81 
15. 00 



4.21 



3.40 
2.10 
3.22 
1.94 
1.00 
3.00 



20. 00 
4.00 
1.90: 
5.91 
6.95 
5.00 

2.66! 

15. 00! 



190. 68 
40.21 

262. 80 
98.96 
20.80 
45. 03 
34.81 
42.78 

137.62 
47.37 

288. 64 
46.00 

175.11 

123.96 
98.14 

144. 06 
63.85 
77.79 

443. 02 



76 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



FLAT RIVER— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



§6*6 

- X 



-<s 



6 1 

OS 



ES 



Slaughter Estate. . 

Mt. Zion 

Mountain Creek 

Mt. Harmony 

Oxford 

Olive Grove 

Olive Branch 

Peace Chapel 

Pleasant Grove 

Poplar Creek 

Providence 

Boxburo 

Rock Grove 

Rock Spring 

Sharon... 

I. inc. 

Stovall... 

South Oxford ... 

Tally Ho 

Tabb's Creek 



W. M. Hudson.. 
P. H. Fontaine. 

J. R. Pace 

A. B. Dunaway. 
J. \V. Atkinson.. 

T. W. Hart 

A. P. Gray 

J. L. Martin 



.1. H. Gordon ... 
C. P. Rvland— . 
J. H. Gordon... 
S. C. Hilliard... 
J. A. Stradley... 

W. L. Kyle 

G. T. Tun-tall.. 

E. G. Usry 

.1. L. Martin 

A. B. Dunaway. 



... 147 

._- 263 

2 54 

7 439 

5 129 60 

11 106.... 

4 99 

20 195 

2 105 

1 96 

... 164 

4 32 



.... $164. 
102 64. 
102 51. 
2. 
258 275. 



10 130 

6 88 

-.- 93 

9 194 

41 55 

19 176 

... 50 



56 
56 
29 

: : :.- 
156 

:>4 

95 

31 

37. 

81. 
119 . 

40 

66 



47 

20S24.20 
75 21.75 
00 2. 00 
10 221.13 
26 7. 50 
.. 1.60 



S164.48 

46.13 82.00 

48.00 

3.60 

576.00 16.53 

.90 

1.70 



S37.41 $6.50 So. 00 $185.44 

69.99 6. SO 198.39 

3.00 2.00 12.60 

151.27 32.10 32.50 1,304.63 



41 8.50 

47 10.00 

00 5.00 

0.5 43.10 

00 1.50 

71 6. 30 

50 6.00 



11.00. 
22.47. 

3.75. 
52.87 

2.00 
13.20. 
12.00. 



4.61 
.50 



8.20. 



4.39 
11.30 



11.00. 

12. 34 . 
10.00. 



4.44 



2.62. 
8.67. 
17.47. 



3.82 
6.26 



103.00 13.41 

2.10 

13.68 

5.12 3.00 



5.21 
.95 



18.10 
3.30 
3.37 
35.40 
78.67 
10.75 
264. 25 
8.05 
44.89 
37.62 



15.00 4.00 3.00 30.20 

22.41 33.41 

28.75 .57 4.70 64.18 

24.00 2.20 55.77 



Total 242 o2s5 2s7S 1.106. 53 773. 19 1.822.86 43.98 1,040.12 197.16 153.77 5.137.61 



FRENCH BROAD. 



Bethel.- 


C. D. Cole 

D. L. Bible 


1 
12 


143 
59 
168 
189 
46 
83 
232 
133 
183 
115 
44 
112 
92 
351 
1M 
102 
58 
132 
59 
137 
41 
33 
24 
55 
203 
35 


100 

92 
125 

45 

43 

159 

100 

75 

90 

100 

71 

40 

465 

292 

125 

60 

97 

76 

81 

47 

50 

100 
80 


10.00 


5.00 
7.50 


5.00 


10.00 


20. 00 




7.50 


Bull Creek. 


A. J. Sprinkle 




26.99 


36.99 












T. .1. Eatman 

J. H. Arlington 

A. .1. Sprinkle 

A. I. Sprinkle 

R. D. Ponder 

R. D. Ponder 

T. J. Eatman .. 

E. Allison 

E. Allison 

E. R. Harris 


1 
1 
30 
7 
7 

16 

6 

16 

20 

29 

7 

1 

14 

10 
3 
5 
2 
6 
4 

14 












52. 50 
10.00 
10.00 

60.00 
25.00 


15.00 


20.00 


5.00 
13.19 
10.12 
15.00 

2.50 

3.70 

8.40 

194.88 

25.00 

5.00 

5.00 


5.00 




100.69 




20.12 


Forks of Ivey__ 


6.00 

5.25 
40.00 

32. 3s 
5.00 

2.00 
2.00 
10.05 


12.50 

2.50 



5.38 


5.00 48.50 

5.00 


Little Creek 




Laurel Branch... 


___ 9.08 

13.65 


Mass Hill 


45. 00 7. 92 

47.80 

5.00 


10.00 15.04 372.84 
130.18 


Middle Fork. 


L. C. Roberts 

.1. M. Pickens 

E. Allison.. 

.1. M. Pickens... 

L. C. Roberts 

A. J. Sprinkle 


15.00 

5.00 




2.00 






10.00 
12.73 
5.00 
2.40 

5.30 


12.00 


Paint Gap 


7.50 






30.38 

5.00 




2.40 


Union Valley.. _. 


.T. Harrison .... 


5.30 










T. J. Eatman 




Grape Vine N 





69 
80 






:::::::::::::: 
















Total.... 


212 


3013 


2662 


167.50 130.18 


143.18 15.42 


360. 21 


10.00 20.04 846.55 







GREEN 


RIVER 












Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Beulah 

Big Level... 

Bil '- Creek 

Camp Creek 

Cane Creek 


D. J. Hunt 

IT. ('. Marley 

J. B. Arledge 

J. B. Arledge 

.1. R. Whiteside 

B. M. Hamrick 

II. R Freeman 


1 

13 153 94 

14 135 72 
5 

108 17 
5 1- 

3 99 40 
.... 05 56 


8.00 
12.50 
1 25 
1.50 
3.00 
3.00 


8.00 

5. (HI 

1.50 
1.50 

3.00 
3.20 


20.10 
7.00 

3.00 
3.75 
3.00 


12.00 

16.4S 

3.00 

6.60 

3.33 


1 1 
2. 00 

1 1.06 
1.25 


50.10 

46.02 

4.00 

9.00 





16.35 
12.53 







ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



77 



GREEN RIVER— Contidued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


Baptisms. 

Church 

Membership. 


3d 1 
a g 

r - i 

>~ 

DO 


State and 
Associational 
Missions. 


a 
o 

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la 

M 


tn 

a 
a .2 

be m 
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££ 
ft 


o 

o 

& g 

c3 m 

T3.2 


Si 

03 

a 

a 

D, 

u 

O 


a 
— o 

"u ci 

o a 
x 3 

s 


u, 

B 

a 

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Si 

< 


o 
H 


Chapel Hill 

Cherry Spring 


D. P. Lowdermilk 

H C Marley 


11 
7 
12 
20 
3 


67 
50 


82 


$2. 65 
6.00j 
5.00 

12.00 
1.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.37 
.50 
3.00 
2.00 


S3. 50 
3.61 
5.00 

26.00 
.56 
4.16 
5.00 
5.37 
.50 
4.00 


$3.00 
6.50 
5.00 

27.11 
1.00 
5.00 
2.00 




$7.30 

10.00 
22.00 




$1.00 


S17.65 
26.11 


P. J. Shell 

T. H. Posey.... _| 

J. B. Arledge 1 

P. J. Shell I 

Z T. Whiteside 


135 149 
95 78 
109| 56 
162! 41 






37.00 


Columbus 

Cooper's Gap 

Dysartville . 


10.00 
3.00 
9.20 
6.00 

16.68 




5.00 


80.11 
5.56 


r 


24.16 




13 




18.00 




D. J. Hunt _ 

P. J. Shell 

A. P. Sorrels 

R. J. Tate 




•?9 


91 
61 
67 
75 
35 
67 
91 


3.17i 




30.59 




10 <i« 


1.00 2.00 

3.00 1 ' 6.08 
1 20 




4.00 


Harmony Grove 

Hickory Grove.. 


13 

7 


136 
113 
23 
120 
135 


3.66 


19.08 
5.20 














B. B. Harris , 


2 
8 
4 
5 

3 


2.00 
127. 20 

8.00 
15.00 


1.00 
64.85 
5.00 
3.00 
16.00 






6.30 I 2.00 


11.30 




85.00 
5.00 




85.00S10.00 


8.00 


372. 85 


Mill's Springs . 

Montford's Cove 


T. J. Moss 

D. J. Hunt 

D. J. Hunt 


191 44 
240 89 
234 55 


10.00 


4.00 
3.00 




4.00 




1.00 


20.00 
34.00 








5 s ) 
















G. W. Conner 




59 


47 




















R. H. Herring 


18 


330 114 


39.25 
2.50 

12.50 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
3.00 

40.00 


28.25 
1.50 
5.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
2.00 

40.00 


29.66 






5.00 


5.66 


107.16 




44 
51 
51 
119 


29 
126 
40 

48 


2.00 




2.50 
20.00 
2.00 
6.00 
5.00 
2. 


8.50 


Old Fort 


H. C. Marley . 




12. 50! 

2.00 

5.00; 
12.51 

1.40 
43.681 






3.00 


53.00 






4 


8.00 




J. R. Whiteside 






21.00 


Pleasant Hill 

Rock Springs 

Round Hill. 


J. R. Whiteside 

J. R. Whiteside.. 


14 


238; 88 
46.... 

299 226 
20 38 

234, 128 
74 1 35 
43 61 
40 ! 28 
70; 6' 
58 ; 50 
51 60 




2.00 
2.00 
3.45 


29.51 
10.40 


R. H. Herring 


11 


33. 50 




160. 63 


Rut herf ordton 


R. H. Herring 

J. B. Arledge 


17 
2 
6 


100. 00 
2.00 


90.00 
2.00 


100. 00 
5.00 


124. 66 
2. 




14.00 


347.00 
11.00 












W. F. McMahon 






2.00 




2.00 






4.00 








































Zion Hill 


D. P. Lowdermilk 




4.36 


2.15 


2.01 




5.77 






14.29 










Total . . 


218 4622 2746 
1 


480. 58 


352. 65 


409. 58 




435. 74 


15.00 


53.76 


1, 627. 99 








HAYWOOD. 




W. M. Pruett 


35 
3 
3 


1671 73 
63 46 
139 84 










5.00 
3.75 
11.15 






5.00 


Crabtree 


3.52 


2.15 










9.42 


M. R. N. Caldwell .... 

T. F. Arrington 

W. M. Hall 










11.15 


Fair View 


5 17 25 
61 1321 85 
































Locust Field .. .. 

Pleasant Hill 

Pleasant Balsam 






2111 132 

165: 252 
177 5C 


19.02 
54.75 


9.71 
39.36 


7.25 




18.00 
60.25 
5.00 






53.98 


T. B. Raymond 

T. F. Arrington 


19 
6 


28.22 


1.26 ... 


183. 84 
5.00 




86 US 
96 8a 
252 1 fis 


2.20 


2.18 


2.00 


8.00 
6.37 

60.0} 
7.0C 
5.0C 






14.38 


Ratcliff Cove 


W M Pruett 


11 

17 
4 

7 






6.37 


Wayxesville 

Bethel 


J. M. McManaway 

R. A. Sentelle 


46. 06 
3.00 
2.15 


34.40 
2.16 


44.50 
5.00 

8.00 






184.99 


28 
65 








15.00 


Jonathan Creek 


R A Sentelle 






17.31 




















10C 


inr 








I... 










115 Sf 


:::::::: 




















75 
31 














































7( 
3f 


6" 
31 


i 








1 
















| 


























Total 


116 2056 137- 


129.60 


| 89.96 


94.97 : 


189.55 1.26 


505. 34 








1 


1 




1 




1 


1 





78 



Y. C. BAPTIST ST ATI-; CONVENTION. 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



O DO 



^<s 



5S 






SS 






in 



Antioch Worley Creech 

Bailey G. H. Johnson 

Baptist Centre R.P.Ellington 1 

r Beatv Chapel R. W. Horrell 15 

Benson T. B. Justice 12 

Benson Grove J. W. Smith 

Bethany. Worlev Creech 2 

Bethel G. H." Johnson 2 

Bethesda R. W. Horrell 13 

Blackman's Grove. ._ T. B. Justice 

Calvary J. W. Smith 

Carter's Chapel D.D.Edwards 1 

Clayton A. C. Hamby 

Clyde's Chapel J.W.Nobles 3 

Corinth A. A. Pippin 5 

Fair Oaks T. B. Justice 

Hood's Grove T. J. Hood 

Kenly G. H. Johnson 

I-ee's Chapel A. A. Pippin 9 

Live Oak . 

Micro J. W. Smith 

Middlesex^ ... A. A. Pippin 

Mount Moriah S. C. Hilliard 9 

New BetheL... J.W.Nobles 2 

Nobles Chapel W. M. Huggins 2 

Oliver's Grove G.H.Johnson 2 

Parrish Memorial R. W. Horrell 17 

Pauline T.J.Hood 6! 

Pine Level li W. Horrell ..... 5 

Pinknev Chapel R. W. Horrell 2 



176 102 
13 .... 

65, 40 

28: 50 

140 151 

lfi 54 

84 65 

38 46 

186; 70 

59 43 



102 


72 


321 


237 


1 in 


57 


114 




35 


55 



38.... 
. 20 38 
269 116 

34... 

21 45 

49 149 
153 Hi.' 

'III 4.", 



Pisgah T. B. Justice 

Princeton .. B. Townsend 

Sardis T. J. Hood 

Selma T. H. King... 

Shiloh R. W. Horrell 

Smitkfield T. H. King 

Thanksgiving- . ... Worley Creech 

Trinity. J. W. Smith 

Wende'll J. W. Nobles 

White Oak... .- A. A. Pippin 

Wilson's Mills .,- J. B. Eller 



ion 

28 

73 

40 

63 

13 

57 
106 

47... 
162 212 

77 66 
145 156 

58 ... . 

41 40 
129 232 
186 81 

49 51 



$15.00 
2.00, 
5.00 
1.00 
100.00 
2.20 
6.00 
5.00 

25.00 

20.00 
4.00 

10.00 
225. 00 

10.00 
8.50 

15.00 
2.00 
5.00 

25.00 
1.00 
6.00 

10.00 

25.47 

21.00 
5.00 
2.78 

17.50 
5.00 
7.00 
5.00 

15.00 

15.00 
5.50 

23.40 

7.5(1 

160. 00 



SI. 50 

.50 

2.00 

1.00 

20.00 
.50 
2.50 
2.00 
5.00 
5.00 
.70 
2.50 

67.17 
4.00 
1.50 
5.00 



SI. 50 SI. 00 
.50 .50 



3.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.50 
2.50 

19.05 
6.00 
1.00 
.50 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 

14.70 
2.50 

42.00 



2.50 

1.00 

20.00 

.50 
2.00 
1.00 
5.00 
5.00 

.50 
1.50 
.76.57 
4.00 
1.50 
5.00 



1.50 
1.00 



.50 
1.00 
.50 

2.00 
2.00 



1.75 
14.89 
1.00 
1.50 
1.00 



S2.50 
1.00 
5.00 
1.00 

25.00 
2.00 
4.30 
1.00 

20.00 
8.00 
1.00 

10.00 
135.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



SI. 50 82.50 

1.00 1.00 

2.00 1.50 

1.00 1.00 

5.00 12.00 

1.00 .56 



1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
4. 00 
1.50 
1.50 



1.50 
1.00 
3.00 
2.50 
.50 
2.00 



20.00 20.00 

1.00 3.00 

1.00 2.00 

1.50 3.00 



3.00 

10.00 
1.00 
1.25 
5.00 

46.81 
6.00 
1.00 
.50 
2.00 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 
5.00 
8.83 
2.00 

23.26 
3.00 

58.00 



1.00 
2.50 

.50 

.50 
2.00 
6.00 
1.00 

.50 
1.00 
1.00 

.50 
1.00 

.50 
2.00 
1.00 

.50 



3.00 
5.00 
1.00 
3.39 
6.14 
17.06 
22. 00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 
4.00 
2.00 



1.00 
11.00 



2.50 
40.00 



1.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
4.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
3.00 



1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.50 
8.10 
4.00 
1.00 

.50 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 

.50 
5.00 
2.50 
1.00 
1.50 
2.50 



20.00 21.00 



12.00 3.77 
20. 00 5. 00 
15.00 5.00 



19.01 1.00 
5.00 1.50 
5.00 2.00 



S25. 50 

6.50 
19.50 

7.00 
182.00 

7.26 
17.30 
11.50 
62. 00 
46.50 

8.20 
29.25 
558. 63 
28.00 
21.00 
35.50 

2.00 
17.00 
55.50 

6.50 
14.64 
29.14 
127.47 
64.00 
11.50 

8.28 
28.50 
14.00 
17.50 
11.00 
34.50 
34. 33 
14. 00 
64.86 
22. 00 
352. 00 



7.53 1.00 2.31 46.62 
8.00 2.00 2.00 43.50 
10.00 3.00 3.00 43.00 



Total 



160 3624 2796 864.85 255.37 337.73 68.14 377.42 109.00 125.97 2.138.48 







KING'S 


MOUNTAIN. 












Beaver Dam 


A. C. Irvin 


10 276 


117 


20.00 


10.00 


13.00.-- 


13.00 




4.00 


60.00 


Bethlehem .. 


.1. w. Suttle 


14 263 


114 


25. (Hi 


6.00 


25.00.... 


32.00 


3.00 


6.00 


97.00 


Boiling Springs 


Baylus < !ade 


20 311 


189 


20.00 


11.00 


5. 60 


11.85- 




3.00 


51.45 


Hiss, ,„, r City 


.1. .1. Beach 


18 489 


303 


20.56 


IS. 92 


14.25 .-.- 


. 218.00, 




480.00 


276. 53 


Buffalo... 




- . . . 78 


67 


2.00 


2.00 


2. (HI . 


2.00 


1.00 


2.00 


11.00 


Casar 

1 Sarpenter's Grove 


I D Harrill 


10 91 


84 


6.00 


2.00 


2.00 


2.00 






12.00 


W M. Cold 


3 64 


46 


6.00 


4.00 


3.00 1. 


X) 5. 00 


1.00 


1.00 


20.00 


( herrvville 




8 304 


201 


40. 00 


20.00 


60. 00 ... . 


30.00 


5.00 


3.00 


158.00 


Double Springs 


6. G. Washburn 


22 372 


120 


20. (HI 


20.00 


20.00 


20.00 


5.00 


3.00 


83.00 


Double Shoals 


A. C. Irvin 


1 134 


87 


7.00 


6. 00 


7.oo 1. 


10 7.00 


1.00 


1.00 


29.00 


Elizabeth 


. J. W. Suttle 


17 390 


145 


25.00 


15. (HI 


20. 00 . . . 


25.00 


3. 00 


3.00 


91.00 






8 106 

3 47 


73 
42 


7.00 
2.00 


8.00 


12.00 

1.00 


12.00 

2.00. 


3.00 


3.50 


45. 50 


Flint Hill 




5.00 


( Irover .... 


.1. D. Bailey 


13 207 


96 


25. 00 


20.66 


20.00 1. 


X) 10.00 


5.00 


5.00 


115.00 


King's Mountain ... 
Lattimore 




381 


238 


32. 52 












32.50 


D. G. Washburn 


13 210 


143 


22.00 


13.00 


22.00.... 


10. 00 


1.50 


1.50 


70.00 


Lawndale .. . 


( '. W. Payseur 


20 81 




16.05 


24.85 


35.95..-- 


56.51 


5. Ml 


4.15 


143.31 


Mount Sinai 


.1. M. ( roode 


2 104 


46 


3.00 


3.00 


2. (HI - 


1.90- 






9.90 


Mount Vernon 


IV W. Bangle 


5 92 





1.00 


1.00 


2.00.... 


2.00 






6.00 



ASSOCIATION.!!, ST A TISTICS. 



79 



KING'S MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



o a 

o — 

Jl3 



o S « e 



«<§ 






'32 £ 

>>.2 



a 



Mount Zion 

New Bethel 

New Hope 

New Prospect 

Oak Grove 

Patterson's Grove. . 
Patterson's Station 

Pleasant Grove 

Pleasant Hill ._. 

Poplar Springs 

Ross Grove 

Sandy Plains. 

Shady Grove 

Shelby, First 

Second 

Union 

Waco 

Zion _ 

Zoar 



C. A. 

C. W 
J. W. 
I. T. 

B. M. 
J. C. 
I. D. 

D. G. 
I. D. 
R. C. 
I. D. 
Z. D. 

C. A. 

C. A. 
J. W. 
T. J. 
G. W. 
A. C. 

D. G. 



Caldwell 20 

Pavseur 7 

Suttle 34 

Newton 

Bridges 15 

Blanton... 

Harrill.. 7 

Washburn 14 

Harrill 12 

Campbell 7 

Harrill 23 

Harrill 8 

Cornwell... .. 

Jenkins 3 

Suttle ... 55 

Moss 4 

Rollins 

Irvin 1 

Washburn 2 



178 114 

165 119 

333 265 

199 61! 

Ill 92 

161 110 

101 50 

300 113 

208 75. 

120 109 



127 
278 



92 

76 i 
99 41 
440 316 
274 211 
187 127 
129 93 
196.... 
172 109 



$5. 00 
37.05 
20.00 
12.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
15.00 
8.50 
5.00 
5.00 
11.00 
5.00 
125.00 
30.00 
8.00 
25.00 
17.00 
15.00 



$6.00 

40. 35 

10.00 

12.00 

2.00 

2.00 

3.00 

12.00 

7.00 

2.00 

2.00 

6.00 

5.00 

100.00 

15.00 

6.00 

10.00 

7.00 

8.00 



$10.00 SI. 00 $10.00 

141.95. 34.06 

5.00 2.00 15.00 

12.00 1.00 8.00 

2.30 1.00 3.00 

5.00 1.00 7.00 

3.00 3.00 

15.00 10.47 

11.00 1.25 12.00 

6.00 6.00 

7. 00 1. 00 5. 00 

11.00 11.00 

5.00 1.00 5.00 

125.00 5.00 75.00 

30. 00 2. 50 20. 00 

8.00 8.00 

30.00 15.00 

14.00 1.00 13.00 

10.00 2.00 11.00 



$2.00 82. oo: 
24.95 9.35 



3.00 

~1.~66 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 

15.00 
7.50 

"§."66 

4.00 
3.00 



5.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.50 
2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1. 00 
10.00 
7.50 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
3.00 



$35. 00 
287.71 
58.00 
46.00 
12.30 
20.50 
16.00 
60.47 
40.50 
22.00 
21.00 
43.00 
22.00 
150. 00 
110.00 
32.00 
85.00 
58.00 
50.00 



Total 392 7678 4884 



652.68440.12 717.45 22.75 731.79 111.75 576.50 3.253.04 



LIBERTY. 



Abbott's Creek Thomas Carrick 

Center Hill S. D. Swain 

Denton ' S. D. Swain 

Grand Hill I G. W. Henderson _ 

Holloway's S. D. Swain 

Jersey O. A. Keller 

Lexington J. T. Jenkins 

Liberty W. J. Laffoon 

Lick Creek , Thomas Carrick ... 

New Friendship O. A. Keller 1 

Orphanage T. S. Crutchfield 53 

Pine Meeting House . S. D. Swain 3 

Reed's X Roads J. M. Hilliard.. 10 

Rich Fork ! T. S. Crutchfield.. . 7 

Stone's Grove i Henry Sheets. _. 3 

Summerville W. J. Laffoon 8 

Taylor's Grove ', Jeff Lanning... ... 

ThomasviUe T. S. Crutchfield 15 

Wallburg O.A.Keller 2 

Smith's Grove S.D.Swain 11 



163 


68 


77 


67 


131 


11!) 


34 


52 


1112 


46 


149 


80 


261 


472 


170 


58 


137 


si 


112 


47 


392 
199 


422 
115 



15. 00 
lo.no 
10. 00 
8.00 
lo.oo 
26.53 



6.00' 
4.00 
5.00 
5.50 
7.00 
12.00 



50.10 114.56 
5.00 5.00: 
10.00 5.00' 
12. 55 6. 00 
55.65 46.85 
25.00 lo.oo 



155 106 

124 92 

66 68 

70 ... _ 

14 36 

130 164 

99 82 

57 106 



6.00 
12.50' 
10.00 

2.00! 

2.00: 



2.00 
6.00 
6.00 
1.00 
1.50 



85.20 59.98 
55.00 30.00 
2. 00 2. 00 



13. 50 
8.00 
10. 00 
10.00 
22.50 
26. 25 
84.24 
12.00 
10.00 
11.00 
42. 13 
27.50 
18.40 
10.00 
7.00. 
2.50 
1.72 
66. 57 
55. 00 
2.00 



25. 00 
3. 69 
3.02i 
10.00 
20. 00 
35. 68 
55.28 

io. oo 

20.00 
20. 00 
100. 35 
25.00 



5.00 
2.48 
4.00 
.50 
5.00 
8.00 
7.98 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
38.21 
5.00 



15. 00 
10. 00 

2.00! 

4.00 1 
56. 22 
65.00 

1.00 



4.00 
3.00 
1.00 

..... 

17.50i 
7.00 

loo; 



4.50 
2.00 
3.00 
1.50 
3.50 
4.00 
5.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.00 

25.58 
5.00 
2.48 
4.00 
2.50 
1 00 
1.00 

10.62 
6.00 
1.00 



69.00 

30.17 

35.02 

35.50 

68. 00 

112.46 

317.16 

36.00 

50.00 

54.55 

308. 77 

97.50 

28.88 

51.50 

38.50 

9.50 

10.22 

295. 09 

218.00 

9.00 



Total 15827322281 412.53334.33 439.31 



481.24 116.67 90.68 1,874.76 





LIBERTY- 


DUCKTOWN.— 1909 












Bethel 






















Beaver Dam 


W. C. Hamrick _. 

J. F. McGee 


23 198: 60 

. . 120 . 


















Bethlehem 


















Culberson 


J. F. McGee 

B. M. Ledford 


2 49 

2 127 

10 158 

7 34 

... 101 


60 
92 
50 
50 

68 


9.00 
3.50 


...__. 


2.00 
4.00 
1.75 










11.00 


Fairview. 




2.28 
3.20 






9 78 


Friendship. 


W. A. Revis 

Joseph Self 






4 95 


Grassy Creek 












Hopewell 


E. D. Cole 

W. D. Hogsed 

F. B. Carter 


















Liberty 


93... 
.... 80 . _ . 


4.50 














4.50 


Macedonia 








3.00 






3 00 


Macedonia, 2 _ 


J. C. Whitmore 

C. B. Ragsdale 

J. C. Whitmore 


8 45 
6 244 





















Mine City. 


250 


4. 00 
1.00 












4.00 


Mount Liberty 


13 37 40 

10 77 30 










1.00 


Mount Pleasant 













80 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



LIBERTY-DUCKTOWN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
c. 

1 o3 


a 
c E 

o 


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J. M. Underwood 
W. A. Revis 


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35 

48 



















W. H. Williams 
Frank Sneed__ _ . . 

W. S. Simonds 

W. A. Revis 

G. F. Burger 

J. M. Underwood 

W. C. Hamrick 

W. D. Hogsed. 


2 


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84.00 












$4.00 




102 














Pleasant Hill 


9 1071 40 

166 89 

3 US 40 

15 83 60 

72 40 

SO 35 






















$2.05 


— 


$4.50 
1.00 






6.55 




.70 


$6.85 






1.70 








6.85 
































Zion Hill 




88___. 


5.00 














5.00 






















Total 


._ 137 2476 1064 


31.70 


6.85 


9.80 




13.98 






62.33 



















LITTLE RIVER. 



Angier 

Antioch 

Averasboro* 

Baptist Grove,. 

Bethel 

Buie's Creek 

Central. 

Chalybeate 

HCoats 

Cumberland Union. 

Duke 

Dunn 

Friendship 

Holly Springs 

Juniper Springs 

Lillinj,'ton 

Macedonia 

Mount Tabor 

Neiil's Creek 

Pine Forest 

Piney Grove 

Pleasant Ridge 

Sherwood. 



J. M. Holloman 
G. T. Mills 



Total 



('. II. Xorris.-. 
J. L. Hartsell-- 
J. A. Campbell 
J. M. Holleman 

J. E. Lanier 

J. A. Campbell 

G. T. Mills 

.1. A. ( 'ampbell 
W. R. Cullom 
B. Townsend 
B. Townsend 
B. Townsend 

B. Townsend 

C. H. Norris 
J. R. Stevenson 
J. M. Holleman 
J. E. Lanier 
G. T. Mills 
W. .1. Salmon 
B. R. Page 




MACON. 



Burningtown F. 

Briartown II 

Brush Creek I. 

Clear Creek M 

ta T. 

W. 

( artoogechaye .1. 

ly - 8. 

lin J. 

J. 

T. 
T. 
W. 



Fairview. 

Flats. Mid. Creek 

Highlands 

[otla 

Liberty—. l ■ 

Mountain ( [rove I 

.Mount Hope J. 

Oak Grove I J. 



M. Morgan 158 66 

J. Hoag-- -.. 13 170 80 

T. Peck 34 109 102. 

. P. Alexander 9 88 80. 

C. King 23 Lis 72 

L. Bradlev- 138 76 

A. Gibba 3 82 44 . 

1.. Loudermilk 144 si 

I;. Pendergrass 122 71 

II. Grant.. 2 26 54 . 

J. Vinson 14 111) 73 

.!. Vinson 17 110 102 

L. Bradlev 75 92 

M. Morgan .. .. 15 192 134 

L. Kinsland 61 98 

R, IVndergrass 40 40. 

3. Woodard 4 175 67 



14.60 



2.00 



2.70 
3. 28 



5.00 
5.00 



.34 
2.00 

.81 
5.00 
5.00 



2.22. 
.81. 
5.00 
5.00. 



2.70 
2.50 
2.02 

.711 
6.00 



2.00 
4. no 
2.00 



2. 78 
20.00 
2.00 



.90 



3.68] 
1.30 
2.00!. 



3.67 
1.35 



2.00. 



1.66 



2.00 
2.00 

2.31 
5.00 



1.19 
17.55 
2.36 
9.85 
2.00 
1.76. 



16.60 
7.00 



1.66 
3.10 
9.50 
3.62 
17.31 
20.00 



8.67 
44 05 

8.38 
10.55 
15.35 

4.41 

2.90 



oro docs not maintain an organization. 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



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Oak Dale 


J. H. Grant 


5 


59 
75 
135 
133 
52 

m 


66 
102 

79 
113 

30 

6' 


$5.35 
2.00 












$5.35 


Pleasant Hill... 


$1.00 


$1.00 






$1.00 






5.00 




T. J. Vinson 


21 












2.05 


10.00 


10.00 




1.05 






13.10 




D. L. Miller. 










Tellico 














1.00 






1.00 


White Oak Flats 




4 


75 


58 


4.00 


1.00 


1.00 




1.00 






7.00 




T. C. King 


1 


185 


200 


6.31 


2.00 


3.46 




6.50 






19.27 












Total 


165 2761 


2042 


55.47 


56.39 


60.29 




60.23 






232.38 













MECKLENBURG— CABARRUS. 



Arlington 

Clear Creek 

Coldwater 

Cornelius 

Chadwick ... 

Charlotte, First 
Concord, First 

" West.. 

" McGill Street 

Friendship 

Hunters ville 

Independence Hill _ 

Kannapolis 

Louise 

Long Creek 

Matthews 

Newell 

Charlotte, 

Ninth Ave 

North 

Oak Grove 

Pine ville 

Pleasant Plains 

Pritchard Mem 

Rock Hill 

Union Grove 

Wilson Grove 



Total. 



J. E. M. Davenport. 

A. C. Davis 

S. N. Watson. 

W. A. Hough 

J. A. Combs 

H. H. Hulten 

S. N. Watson 

J. W. Snvder 

D. F. Helms 

K. W. Hogan 

W. A. Hough 

W. A. Hough 

W. T. Talbert.. 

J. C. Gillespie 

K. W. Hogan 

J. E. M. Davenport. 



L. R. Pruett 

S. F. Conrad 

K. W. Hogan 

K. W. Hogan.. 

J. E. M. Davenport. 
E. E. Bomar... 



W. A. Hough. 



17 


293 


178 




7 


116 


92 


13. 00' 


1 


50 




6.001 


20 


114 


89 


80. 00 ! 


10 


103 121 


4.801 


5fi 


88M070 


481.45! 


4 


234 


260 


65.00! 



224i 252 
32 21 
18L... 
67 1 90 
93 ! 156 

238: 288 
57 34 

1241 10S 
23 16 



18.25 



10. 50, 
2.50! 

14. 00: 

4.00 

30. 00: 

7.50 

15. oo: 

5.00J 

94.00 
12. 00 
24.50 
15.00 
17.00 
125.00 



5.00 
5.00 



5.65 
4.00 
5.00] 
10. '20! 
3.00 



9.25 
5.00 
2.31 
15.00 
5.35 



769.00 1. 571.02 

30.00 50.00 
8. 44 8. 44 

10.00 1 15.00 
7. 10| 28. 30 



5.00 
3.00 
16.25 
1.00 
7.00 
1.00 

4S.65 
7.00 
7.85 
5.00 
6.00 
138. 74 



2.00 
2.00 



250 4126 4381 1,054.00 1,102 

I [ I I 



4.40 

5.00 
23.75 

1.00 
21.60 

1.50 

99.76 
7.00 
17.17 

8.00 

5.00 

278. 20 



2.00 
3.00 



2,187.05 47.31 



2.00 



20. 00 
3.00 



1.00 
1.00 



3.11 



10.00 



1.00 
1.00 



7.45 
10.00 



24.46 
27.00 
352.37 
90.35 
12.10 
12.36 
14.50 

3.00 
10.50 

5.00 
37.97 



3.00 



5.00 



2.00 
1.00 
3.86 



17.251. 



93.98 
13.09 
1.40 
22.14 
11.00 
78.07 



5.00 

1.00 

15.00 



3.00i 

3.00] 



1.00 
1.00 



849.99 37. 



1.00 
~2.~ 60 



5.00 
5.00 



1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.96 



5.00 



6.00 
1.00 
5.00 



1.00 
1.00 



22. 35 

33.00 

13.31 

137.26 

40.15 

3.183.84 

248. 35 

52.23 

42.56 

60.40 

6.50 

39.90 

20.00 

114.79 

9.50 

50.85 

7.50 

336. 39 
42.20 
50.92 
61.14 
41.00 

650. 01 



15.00 
16.00 



40.56 5,319.65 



MITCHELL. 





L. C. Wilson 




29 
58 

129 
66 
94 

274 
67 

207 
99 
72 
37 

143 

171 
53 
45 
28 


78 
10S 
150 
50 
65 
83 
103 
100 
63 
50 
25 
72 
75 
56 


76.16 


2.00 

2.50 

51.27 


2.00 
2.50 
5.00 










4.00 




Gates Sparks 

L. H. Greene 

E. A. Stamey... ... 


5 
3 
13 










5.00 






1.92 






134.35 










Bi<* Rock Creek 




















L. H. Greene 

E. M. Johnson 


16 
20 


5.00 


10.00 


24.00 




5.00 






44.00 












5.00 















5.00 


Cub Creek 


Anderson Sparks 

D. A. Greene 

J. M. Stout . 


6 
19 
5 


















5.00 


10.00 


5.00 




2.84 






22.84 


Elk Park 












2.50 


2.00 












4.50 




S. M. Greene 


21 














Greene Valley 

Gouge's Chapel 

Henson's Creek 


















J. W. Putnam 

J. Y. Sparks.. 


5 


40 
51 


















2.50 


2.50 












5.00 



82 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



MITCHELL— Continued. 




Liberty Hill Jno. A. Gouge- 
Little Rock Creek L. H. Greene. 

Lily Branch Jno. A. Gouge. 

Mine Creek . Isaac GrindstafT. 

McKinney Cove C. H. McKinney. 

Pleasant Hill E. M. Johnson. __ 

Pepper's Creek R. Pitman 

Pinola L. C. Wilson 

Roan Mountain S. M. Greene 



Roaring Creek 

Silver Chapel 

Spruce Pine 

Spring Creek 

White Oak 

Yellow Mountain ... 

Total 



S. A. Hughes 

J. C. Thomas 

S. M. Greene 

J. W. Putnam.... 
Anderson Sparks. 
S. M. Greene 



121 


fin 


222 


74 


132 


56 


152 


97 


63 


79 


157 


160 


65 


45 


41 


122 


167 


111 


126 


118 


101 


107 


102 


108 


31 


45 


90 


42 


77 


50 



85.00 10.00 






15.00 








3.00 


2.50 

5.00 .. 


6.00 . 


11.50 


60.00 18.00 


83.00 


2.00 




2.00 


5.00 




5.00 



5.00. 



187 3219 2452 168. 16 144. 13 57. 15 



25.76 395.20 



MONTGOMERY. 



Bethel 

Blackwood's Chapel 

Beulah Hill 

Center 

Dover 



Deep Creek 

Eldorado 

Forks of Little River. 

Hamer Creek 

Hollv Mount 

Laurel Hill 

Liberty Hill 

Maple Springs 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Gilead 

Mount Moilih _. 

Pleasant Grove 

Star 

Stony Fork 

Sulphur Springsl 

Troy... 

w adeville 

Total 



W. M. Thompson 

H. M. Ingram 

W. H. Strickland. 

J. G. Willi:,!; 

J. R. Jordan 

H. M. Ingram 



Duncan McLeod.. 
W. M. Thompson 
G. W. Henderson . 
J. R. Jordan 

J. G. Williams 

F. W. Shaw 

J. R. Jordan 

Duncan McLeod.. 

L. W. Corbet 

J. G. Williams 

J. R. Jordan 

J. G. Williams 

( ;. W. Henderson . 
Duncan McLeod.. 
Duncan McLeod.. 



45 28 

31 30 
99 41 

32 37 
159 110 

12 30 

27 40. 

80 35 

55 43 

63 46 
70.... 

118 67 

30 35 

96 47 



3.00 
2.75 
8.75 


3.00 
3.00 
4.25 


2.00 
3.00 
6.00 


2.00 
1.50 
2.00 



64 31 
127 43 

91 60 

29 44 

140 91 

65 45 



5.00 
3 50 


..:... 


.25 


6 00 




3.00 
9.00 
1.00 


1.00 
2.00 


1.25 
3.50 



6.07 
3.00 
8.00 
5.46 
5.00 
1.25 
3.50 



3.82 
3.00 
2.50 
3.05 
3.50 
1.00 
2.50 



92 77 47.30 32.00 



5.00 
17.93 

7.00 

5.00 

50.00 

10.00 



2.00 
8.50 
3.00 
1.50 
17.95 
2.00 



2.31 
3.00 
3.50 
2.50 
3.50 
1.25 
2. 25 

40.95 

.50 

3.00 

13.05 
2.00 
1.50 

20.00 
8.00 



2.00 



1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.50 
5.00 
1.00 



6.49. 
4.00 
7.50 
6.00 

12.00 
1.00. 
7.00 

40.00 
.50. 
6.00 

10.00 
6.41 
3.00 

30.00 

11.00 



1.00 
1.25 
1.50 
1.50 



1.52 
2.00 
2.75 
1.56 
3.00 



1.50 2.50 
5.00 12.50 



1.50 

2.00 

1.50 

1.00 

1.30 . 

2.00 



3.25 
3.75 
4.00 
2.00 

T66 



12.35 
3.50 
16.00 
15.25 
35.50 
1.00 



77 1537 980 192.36 97.82 120.03 25.55 



22.21 
16.00 
27. 00 
20. 07 
30.05 
4.50 
20.75 

219. 15 
1.00 
21.75 
57.20 
38.41 
15.50 

124. 15 
37.00 



178.40 22.75 46.83 757.84 



MOUNT ZION. 



Antioch 

Bella 

Berea. . 

Berry's Grove 

Betheden... 

Bethel.. 

Bethesda 

Brm.iNGTON 

Cane Creek 

Cedar Fork 

Chapel Hill... 

Chapel Hill. IC 

Durham, E. 

Durham, First 

Durham, Nohth 



.1. C. Hocutt.. . - 

.!. C. Ilocutt 

J. B. Filer 

R. E. Clark 

.1. F. McDuffie... 
.1. F. McDuffie... 

E. M. Lassiter 

S. L. Morgan 

S. C. Milliard.... 
E. M. Lassiter 
W. R. I,. Smith . 
.1. F. McDuffie... 
M. P. Da 

J. W. Lynch 

J. M. Arnette 



11 


122 


45 


1 


116 


118 


14 


151 


94 


8 


119 


53 


8 


64 


56 




19? 


227 


4 


130 


68 


2 s 


310 


343 


20 


312 


81 


2 s 


162 


89 


2 


120 


95 


11 


125 


140 


20 


416 


4M 


2 


702 


610 


9 


171 


163 



17.00 
5.00 

14.50 

13.00 
9.00 

35.00 

Is. Oil 

155.92 

10.00 
36.00 
75.00 
16.03 
85.05 
716.36 
110.00 



10.00 
3.00 
7.50 
7.01 

5.00 
16.50 
6.80 

s.i. Oil 
5.00 
20.00 
35.00 

13.96 

7s. s.", 

376.68 

55.00 



12.00 


3.00 


5.00 




9.00 


2.50 


5.00 


2. 00 


21.00 


10.00 


10.00 


4.00 


150. 00 


10.00 


7.37 




40.00 


5.00 


65.00 


10.00 


17.28 


4.60 


374.86 


9.95 


837.90 


25.00 


55. 00 


5.00 



15. 

5.00 

24. 66 

4.18 

4.00 

22.00 

10.00 

175.00 

5.10 

20.00 

35.00 

48.43 

75. 89 

375. 99 

79.50 



5.00 
2.00 
6.00 
2.00 
3.50 

12.00 
4.00 

50.00 
3.00 
3.00 

12.00 
2.50 

15.00 
100.00 

27.50 



5.00 
2.00 
7.00 



2.00 
11.00 

s. 73 
40.00 

3.00 

6.00 
10.00 
36.94 
15.00 
93. 17 2 
27.50 



67.00 
22.00 
71.16 
26. 22 
30.50 
127.50 
61.55 
665. 92 
32. 47 
130.00 
2-12.00 
139.87 
654. 60 
525. 10 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



83 



MOUNT ZION— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


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State and 
Assoclational 
Missions. 


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Durham, Second 

Durham, West... __ 
Durham, Edgemont 


W. C. Barrett - 

O. W. Triplett 

0. N. Marshall 

W. E. Dunnagan 

J. F. McDuffie 

S. W. Oldham 

S. W. Oldham 

D. VV. Arnette 

J. C. Hocutt 

R. E. Atkins 

R. B. Lineberrv 

R. E. Clark 

D. W. Arnette 

C. C. Wheeler. 


16 

23 

17 

4 

4 

2 

11 

19 

4 

10 

3 

6 

1 


521 
332 
338 
65 
58 
20 
162 
87 
74 
74 
211 
60 
38 
52 
54 
48 
126 
203 
124 
221 
219 
91 
378 
23 
49 
135 
81 
90 
81 
115 
111! 


512 

379 

624 

53 

69 

158 

207 

161 

120 

75 

138 

36 

54 

76 

72 

""56 
91 
90 
83 

129 
98 

399 
29 
75 
54 
83 
42 
55 

119 
92 
35 


$208. 20 

114.00 

67.50 

7.50 

6.00 

2.50 

43. 25 

23.50 

37.43 

8.00 

29.65 

16.00 

15.00 

3.00 

9.00 

10.00 

33.82 

19.64 
60.00 
35.00 
18.00 
81.39 

3.25 

3.50 
12.00 

9.00 
13.00 
15.00 

6.00 
18.00 


174.42 

13.15 

34.00 

4.00 

3.00 

1.00 

36.25 

7.00 

18.29 

4.00 

12.50 

5.00 

5.78 

2.00 

4.00 

4.85 

19.24 

5.40 

3.00 

33.00 

33.00 

8.00 

111.00 

1.00 

1.00 

12.00 

3.00 

5.00 

5.00 

4.75 

4.00 


$231.62 

70.00 

74.21 

4.25 

5.00 

1.00 

35.93 

10.00 

38.04 

4. .0 

34.45 

13.25 

10.03 

2.00 

6.00 

6.10 

21.88 

2.25 

8.00 

56.00 

58.00 

10.00 

150. 00 

1.00 

2.15 

6.00 

15.00 

12.00 

8.00 

3.65 

15.00 


$15. 00 

7.00 

15.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.50 

6.40 

1.00 

10.00 

3.50 

4.00 
3.50 

1.00 

4.66 

14.91 

14.91 
5.00 

18.18 

.50 

.50 

1.00 

3.00 

14.19 
2.00 
1.00 
3.00 


$50. 00 

50.00 

92.20 

4.00 

5.00 

1.00 

25.25 

11.00 

82.20 

5.00 

27.50 

14.51 

22.90 

2.00 

7.92 

4.00 

10.00 

5.04 

a. oo 

62.00 

62.00 

10.00 

58.69 

1.00 

2.00 

15.00 

10.00 

9.95 

8.00 

8.31 

31.50 


$40. 00 
5.00 

10.23 
1.50 
1.50 
1.00 

18.26 
4.50 

10.00 


$42. 00 
17.50 
26.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
13.15 
3.00 
10.00 


$761.24 

276. 65 

319.14 

24.25 


Ephesus 


22.50 
8.90 


Graham 

Haw Riper 


168.49 
60.00 
205. 96 


ULowe's Grove - 




21-00 


5.66 7.50 
5.00 5.00 
4.50| 3.00 
1.00 1.00 
2.251 3.00 
2.00| 2.90 
8. 00 4. 00 


120. 10 


Mars Hill 

Mebane 


84.76 
64.71 
11.00 


Moore's Chapel . ... 

Mt. Adar 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Gilead 

Mt. Herman 

Mt. Moriah 

Mt. Pisgah 


R. B. Lineberry.._ 

J. A. Hackney 

0. B. Mitchell 

J. C. Hocutt 

J. S. Thomas 

J. F. McDuffie 

W. R. Beach 


9 

15 

12 

9 

3 

8 

4 

32 

1 

3 

10 

9 

14 

1 

1 

2 


33.17 

29.85 

100. 94 

12.69 


5.66 4.66 

12.50! 12.50 
14.50 13.50 
2.00 2.50 
15.00i 12.50 


53.64 
250. 91 
230. 91 

55.50 


Olive Chapel 

Piney Grove . 

Pleasant Hill 

Red Montain 

Roberson Grove 


W. S. Olive 


446. 76 


W. E. Dunnagan 

R. B. Lineberry.. .. 
W. M. Hudson 

J. M. Arnette 

J. F. Crisp 


1.00 
2.76 

3.00 
4.65 
2.75 


1.00 
1.00 
5.00 
2.50 

"T25 

2.00 
5.00 


8.75 
12.91 
51.00 
45.50 
58.79 


Sandy Level 

Swepsonville 

Yates 




42.00 


J. A. Hackney.. 

J. A. Hackney 


25.71 
82.50 


























383 


74526927 


2, 244. 02 


1,313.46 


2, 524. 22 


304. 19 


1,606.52 


445. 24 


472. 16 


8,909.81 


1 






1 







NEUSE-ATLANTIC. 



Atlantic 

Ayden 

Bayboro.. 

Bear Creek 

B eaufort 

Capernaum 

Carolina City 

Castoria 

Cove City 

Davis 

Davis' Grove ... 

Dover 

Emmaus 

Enon Chapel 

Falling Creek 

Fort Barnwell 

Fremont 

Gold3boro, First .. 
Goldsboro, Second. 
Goldsboro, Bryan St.. 

Hobucken 

Hopewell 

Kins ton 

LaGrange 

Leary Memorial 

Mill Creek 

Marshallburg 



M. A. Adams 

N. P. Stallings— 
I. N. Henderson 



W. B. Avery 



T. J. 
E. A. 

N. H 
T. J. 



Ragland... 

Paul 

. Shepherd. 
Ragland... 



l(i 



54 
111 
55 

"l§6 
40 
28 
52. 
57 
80 



6.501 
50.00 
14.52! 

6.00: 
60.37! 

6.00 

6.40' 



7.64;. 
IO.OO; 
2.00 

4.00! 
10.10 
1.00 



25. 00 
6.00 
2.00 

10.00 
.50 



3.98 
5.00 
1.10 



5.00 
.50 



4.50 

35.001 10.00 
U.25| 1.00 



Ragland. 
S hep herd . 
Watkins... 

Caudle 

Bain 

Stallings.. 

Stevens 

Upchurch. 

Snow 

Paul 

Avery 

Paul 



90 



14 

31 19 
37j 481 
151 119 



P. A. Anthony 153 

T. J. 

N. H 
G. T. 
A. I 
G. A 
N. P 
C. E. 
C. A. 
J. A 
E. A. 
W. B 
E. A. 



10.00: 

28. 151 

2.25 

1.54. 



2.50 
13.75 
1.58 



25.00 

15.00 

29. 70j 

5.03 

285. 00 

21.90 

2.50 

4.61 

2.50 

250. 00 

15.00 

4.00 

7.50 

8.00 



5.00 
5.00 
7.50 
2.56 
192.52 
16.65 



3.00 
12.75 
1.00 



3.00 
8.66 

12.75 

2.31 

485. 50 

14. 50 



1.00 
1.00 



36. 03 
1.00 

2.00 



2.85 
2.00! 
7.00 



6.00 
1.00 



4. 00 
10.00 
2.35 
4.00 



20.00 
5.00J 



1.00: 



100. 00 
6.00 
4.00 



3.30 



1.00 .50' 

2.50! 2.50| 

200.00 10.00 

9.00 I 

4.00! 1.00 1 



9.001 1.00' 



10.00 
13.00 
14.00 
2.29 
215.00 
12.58 
15.00 
3.00 
10.00 
140. 13 
7.00 
5.00 
2.50 
3.00 



1.00 
2.00 
1.00 



2.00 
2.50 
2.60 



1.50 
2.00 
1.00 



25.47 
137. 00 

32.87 

12.00 
132.50 

10.00 
8.40 



23.00 

69.15 

9.13 

5.54 



45.00 
50. 16 
71.40 
17.94 



2.00 
4.00 
5.00 
3.15 
35.20 20.00 1,263.22 

! 22.23: 92.86 

' i 17.50 

11.10 
20.6 
730. 1 
37.03 
20 0° 
12 00 
27.30 



1.00, 

. 60 2. 50 
15.00! 15.00 



1.00, 1.00 

2.00 

l.OOl 1.00! 



84 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTIOX. 



NEUSE-ATLANTIC— Continued. 



Churches. 



a = a 



Pastors. 






-Tc a 



;<s 



«3 a 

•0.2 






Maysville , 

Morehead City 

Mount Calvary ' 

Mt. Nelson 

New Bern, First.. 
New Bern, 

Tabernacle 

North East 

New Hope 

Oriental 

Piney Grove (Jones) 

Pollocks ville 

Sandy Bottom 

Seven Springs 

Smyrna. 

Snow Hill.. 

Spring Garden 

Spring Hill 

Swansboro 

Trenton 

Union 

Vandermere 

Win tor ville 

Wood ville. 

Branch, S. S 



W. L. Bilbro— 
T. B. Davis.... 



2 45 36 
IS 244 285 



$7.00 $3.00 
112.51 57.00 



$7.00 SI. 00 
45.81 10.00 



$11.00... 

123.40S30.00 



$2.00: 

8.52 



$31.00 
387. 24 



N. H. Shepherd. 
C. L. Greaves 



A. C. Shuler 

I. N. Henderson 
T. J. Ragland.... 



W. L. Bilbro... 
W. L. Bilbro— 

J. A. Snow 

J. A. Snow 

E. A. Paul 

A. I. Caudle... 
T. J. Ragland. 



2 43 59 
12 356 276 

45 167 188 

7 43 20 

7 57 92 

... 31 104 

14 6S 37 

9 68.-.. 

3 29 50 
2 41 66 

... 60 80 

6 42 

2. 21 

... 20.... 

1 128 140 



1.27 1.00 
198.10 129.33 

29.00 34.00 
5.00 6.00 
12.00 3.00 
10. 00 2. 75 
1.50 . 



1.50 

224.05 25.00: 

54.00 oO.Ool 
7. 00 .50 

3.00 

2.00... 



26 



8.00 
5.00 
15.00 
10.55 
10.00. 



3.50 
2.00 
5.00 
3.00 



16.57 22.37 



2.50 
3.00 
6.00 
5.00 1.00 



1.00 



7.88 1.25 
404.35; 55.01 

101. OO! 4.15 

6.00 

4. 00 1 1. 00 
2.00 1.00 



1.25 14.05 
40.87 1,076.71 



5.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00. 



277. 10 

25.50 

25.00 

18.75 

1.50 



7.331 1.00 4.00 26.33 

5.00 2.00 18.00 

21.17 47.17 

10.00 2.00 1.00 32.55 

5.00 15.00 



8.25' 15.75 81.01 



J. A. Snow 

N. P. Stallings. 
M. A. Adams... 
W : . B. Avery 



36 59 
33 50 

157 257 
27 36 

...I 39 1 . 



16.00 2.50 

5.00 1.00 

100.00 35.00 

3.00 . 



5.56 

1.00 

50.00 



Total. 



6.00 1.00 2.00, 

3.00 

55.00 10.00, 3.00 

i.oo : loo 



33.06 

10.00 

258.00 

5.00 



320 3978 4038 1. 432. 97 708. 55 1, 247. 66 153. 58 1, 344. 01 189. 31 189. 62 5, 259. 70 

II i i I I 



NEW FOUND. 







ll 50.... 


8.45' 




2.00 




10.45 




T. J. Graham 

R. H. Hipps. 


62 












.... 65.... 














W. M. Hall. 

C. E. Jervis 


33 60 


i 7.86 






7.86 




10 150 










.. . 45 .. 


3.00 




5.00 




8.00 




W. M. Hall 


1 61 














R. H. Hipps 


14 79 .. 






2.00 


.... 




2.00 




D. L. Bible 


| 40 














B. B. Plemmons 


1 105 












. 136.. 












B. B. Plemmons 

T. J. Graham 

I. H. Gorenflo. 

D. L. Bible 


6$ 








Mt. Pleasant 


2! 62.-. 




2.00 
2.00 




2.00 


Highland 


.... 30.... 






2.00 




9 101 . 










J. B. Rice... 

R. H. Hipps 

T. D. Lanning 

J. II. McCurry 

R. H. Hipps 

W. \. Martin 


11 92 


... . : 


1 




North Fork. 


4 205 . . . 










4 163 .. 


2.50 




2.50 




8 38 ... . 










57 










1 84.... 


7.00 


7.00 








Total 


125 1748 1000 


7.00 19.31 15.50 




41.81 















•190J. 









PEE 


DEE. 


















G. O. Wilhoit 


5 
5 
12 

1 


52 35 
64 ... . 

160 125 
43 92 
96 184 

196 135 


8.00 
5.00 
68.91 
10.20 
50.00 
32. 28, 


6.00 

2.oo 

35. 00 

8. 02 

23. 70 

21.36 


15.00 
2.00 

52.50 

6.23 

142. 35 

33. 26 


3.00 

10.00 
5.99 

33. 00 
3.00 


9.00 

4.00 

31.78 

9.94 

33.50 

47.72 


2.00 

1.00 
18.00 

6.0i 
10.00 

5.00 


2. OS 
1.00 
4.00 
2. 73 
23. 05 
2. 25 


45. OS 




P. H. Purnell 


15.00 


Hamlet 




220. 19 






49.19 


Laurinburg 


.1. R. Williams 


315.60 


Li les v ille 


J. A. Summey 


16 


144.87 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



85 



PEE DEE— Continued. 



Churches. 



Mill Vernon 

Morven 

Pleasant Grove (A).. 
Pleasant Grove (R). 

Roberdel 

Rockingham 

Saron 

Spring Hill 

Steele's Mill 

Total... 



Pastors. 



J. W. Cobb 

G. H. Church.. 
G. O. WUhoit... 

P. H. Purnell... 
P. H. Purnell... 
Josiah Crudup. 

J. W. Cobb 

T. G. Wood.... 
P. H. Purnell ... 



Pfl 



J3J3 

c to 

>.^ 
« E 



i<S 






75 
276' 

25. 

75 

70 
162 



961 



$36.00'... 
15. 00 $21. 00 

] 1.00 

15. 00 3. 00 
20.00 4.45 
84.00 40.00 
12.00 5.00 

167.50 46.00 
12.00 8.00 



T3.2 



2 
911548 1430 535.89 224.53 



$2.50 

42.00 
2.00 
5.00 
5.39 

60.00 
5.00 

86.42 
7.00 



$3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00, 

5.oo; 
~7~66, 

2.00; 



$29.15 $3.00 $3.00 

4.00 l.OO: 2.00 

2.00 

1.00 

5.00 



15.00 
10.00 
50.00 
7.25 
123. 15 
12.00 



466. 65 



76.99 



386. 49 



2.00 
2.00 
6.00 
2.001 
15.00 20.30! 
2.00! 4.00! 



$38. 50 

116 15 
11.00 
44.00 
43. S4 

250. 00 
31.25 

465. 37 
47.00 



71.081 76. 411.838. 04 



PIEDMONT. 



Asheboro 


J. Dawson Bowen 

F. W. Shaw 

F. H. Jones. 


4 

1 


25 
18 


50 


17.60 
3.00 

10.00 
1.00 


11.16 
2.00 
4.00 


15.00 
2.00 
5.00 


1.00 


8.61 

2.00 

8.00 

.33 


1.00 


1.28 


55.75 
9.00 


Calvary 

Cedar Falls.... 


91 40 

23] 20 

38: 35! 

72! 561 

98 134 

197| 230 

586 385, 

287 347 

27 112 

42 45 

10 741. 


1.00 


1.00 


30.00 
1.33 


















Fair view 

Gibson ville... 

Asheboro Street ._ 
First Greensboro . 
Forest Avenue 


F. H. Jones 

J. M. Billiard 

W. F. Staley 

E. Harrison 

R. G. Kendrick, Jr 


21 

14 

8 

33 


10.00 

12.00 

90.35 

335. 30 

159.29 


11.50 

5.00 

116.25 

237. 30 

124. 73 


15.00 

5.00 

133. 05 

532. 10 

158.37 

1.00 


1. 66 

1.00 
8.00 

"5." 66 


11.75 

10.25 

80.00 

229. 89 

137. 63 

1.00 

.81 


2.50 
1.00 

12.00 
3.05 

20.00 




2.66 

5.00 
10.50 
25.00 
20.09 


53.75 

39.25 

450. 15 

1,362.64 

625.11 

2 00 


Pomona 








.81 


Piedmont 


I. P. Frazier 

K. C. Horner 

K. C. Horner 

W. H. Eller.... 


14 
10 
61 


6. 83 5. 70 
61.56 40.10 
42.50 16.00 


2.00 
7.84 
18.15 
10.00 




2.00 


Revolution 

Walnut Street 

First White Oak ... 
First White Oak ... 


41 
176 
230 


170 
322 
613, 
75 
80 
240 


4.10 

1.00 


8.17 
12.35 
12.60 


2.64 
1.00 
2.20 


1.15 
5.00 


32.33 
142. 26 
85.30 


First White Oak ... 




















27 
63 

20 
4 
1 
1 

35 

15 
6 


361 


24.63 244.11 
88.46 33.79 

3.00 

15.20 12.20 

10.46 

48. 27j 6. 40 
125.99 81.11 


381.49 
55.59 
3.00 
32.45 
10.40 
12.38 

209. 52 
22.30 


4.50 
5.00 



1.00 
1.00 
.78 

18.00 


85.94 

103. 70 

4.00 

41.00 
4.60 
5.00 

60.00 

50.04 


5.00 
3.74 


8.07 
6.00 

2.00 

5.62 


748 74 


Green St. High Pt. 

Mechanicsville 

Moore's Chapel 


J. R. Miller.. 

Thos. Carrick 

J. T. Byrum 

W. H. Strickland 

J. D. Bowen 

Wm. Hedley 

J. T. Byrum 

L. A. Soots 


345] 3421 
19 1 78 1 

136 146 
68 58, 
54 90 

333 313 

186 247 : 
14 35 ' 

103 j 66 
44 94 
29 75 
29 50 . 


297. 54 
10.00 

107.59 
26 46 


Pleasant Grove 

Reidsville 


78.45 
476. 62 


Ramseur 

Sandv Creek 


50.65 
5.00 
20.00 


11.62 


9.04 


5.00 


166. 65 
5.00 


Summerfield 


5.00 


10.00 
2.00 
5.00 






3.00 
3.00 
1.00 


6.85 
3.00 
2.00 


44.85 


White's Memorial ... 
Northville 


J. T. Byrum 


3.00 
5.00 


3.00 
3.00 


1.00 
1.00 


3.00 

5.00 


16.00 
22. 










Macedonia 


C. M. White 




57 

33 


70 
30. 














Ruffin 


F. H. Jones 


























1 




1 




Total.... 


336 


3772 4683 1 


149.09 


973.97 


1,648.64 


53.88 


885. 67 


71.17 


109.56 


4 891 98 








1 









PILOT MOUNTAIN. 














Ayersville 


J. B. Johnson 

J. T. Kirk 

J. A. Joyce 

J. A. Joyce 

S. F. Morton 


7 

5 

23 

4 


67 

78 
120 
27 
34 
83 
81 


52 
6S 

165 
43 
55 

286 


5.00 
15.00 
10.00 
2.00 
6.00 
8.50 








1.00 
20.40 
5.00 






6.00 


Becks. _ __ _ 


2.50 


5.66 
3.00 








42.90 


Beaver Island 

Bethel 


2.50 




20.50 
2.00 


Banner Town 














6.00 


Brim's Grove 


S. F. Morton 


8 








10.78 


1.00 




20.28 


Brown Mountain 












Comer's Chapel 
























Clemmonsville 


J. T. Kirk 




128 
97 
37 


65 
67 
43 










20.75 
3.45 
5.00 






20.75 


Dan Valley 

Deep Springs. 


W. H. Wilson 


2 
4 


70.00 
5.50 


5.43 
1.50 


9.27 
3.00 




2.00 




90.15 
15.00 



86 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



PILOT MOUNTAIN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


CO 

1 

— 


Church 

Membership. 
Sunday School 

Membership. 


State and 
Associational 
Missions. 


a 
o 

<*> m 

IS 

w 


Foreign 
Missions. 


o 
o 

A 

%i 

>».2 

03 to 

-D.2 
§S 

EC 


o 
tc 

03 

C 
03 

a 
O 


a 

— o 
.£•■3 

t. 03 
OJ o 


BQ 
U 
<D 

c 

-a 
o 
to 
< 


"3 
c 


Ellisboro 






65 










Flat Rock.. 


C. C. Haymore 

W. H. Wilson 

R. W. Crews 


14 
28 
1 
1 
4 
3 
1 
3 

53 

13 

1 

4 
2 


191 167 
278 88 
50 53 
80 51 
92 166 

89 78 
38 140 

304 240 
69 54 

30.5 551 
63 36 

291 182 
52 85 
98 80 

90 115 
65 55 
69 63 

44 5> 
86 65 
54 .... 

45 35 


SI 3. 45 
36.00 

9.00 

32.50 

7.00 

110.00 

15.40 

46.50 

5.40 
27.55 

8.00 
30.00 
26.00 

1.00 


S4.50 
11.11 

l.dii 
10.00 

4.10 
96.00 

5.50 
88.45 

5.50 
12.38 

7.65 


85.00 

57.05 



1.00 

.60 

17.33 

1.55 


SI. 20 

23.71 

4.00 

1.00 

1.00 

31.33 

2.00 

95.00 

10.20 






s24. 15 


Friendship 


S3. 50 


S3. 50 


134.87 
4.00 


Good Will 






11.00 


Indian Grove .. 

Kerne rs ville 

Kins;... 


C. C. Arrington 

W. E. West 

R. P. Carum 

W. E. Goode 

J. T. Kirk 

E. T. Carter 

S. J. Beeker . 

Henry Sheets 

R. W. Crews 

W. H. Wilson 

S. F. Morton 


5.00 


1.00 
8.50 


3.60 
114.16 
14.65 


Leaksville .. 

Lewis ville 

Mt. Airy 


88.00 
5.95 
66.11 

8.95 





5.16 

5.00 




394. 16 
42.05 
201.06 






3.25 
17.10 

1.26 
16.50 






22.10 


Mt. Olive 


18.10 

21.25 


*1006. 60 




1,086.58 
9.26 


Mt. Tabor 


Madison . 


6.00 
6.00 




81.40 
32.00 




R. P. Corum 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


4.00 


New Bethel . 


T. C. Mvers 


10 












5.00 
7.00 
2.50 
8.20 




1.40 

.50... 


1.75 

10.00 

4.28 

.35 




8.15 




J. A. Joyce 

C. W. Glidewell 

P. Oliver 


20 
6 

1 






17.50 








6.78 














8.55 
















Pilot Mountain .... 


C. C. Haymore 


31 


171 151 
53 


5.00 


6.16 


5.10 




9.09 


2.00 




27.35 






23 
18 
41 
16 
20 
8 
9 
42 
6 
1 
6 
4 
4 
10 
11 

12 
70 


88—. 

90 85 

210 342 

164 90 

280 260 

92 80 

64 52 

186 200 

77 102 

68 87 

83 52 

51 56 

157 243 

137 83 

527 411 

34S 530 
127 176 


10.00 

8.50 

45.60 

18.00 

50.00 

25.00 

3.00 

33.36 

22.95 

4.50 

2.12 

35.24 

8.00 

40.10 

277. 35 

112.95 
30.00 


5.00 

4.50 
36.34 

6.00 
25.00 

7.88 


8.00 




3.30 
6.75 
49.47 
15.06 
10.00 
12.00 
1.50 
34.69 
21.45 


3.40 

3.60 

4.00 
5.00 
6.79 


i 29.70 




W. H. Wilson.. 


8.45 

45.00 

15.00 

23.00 

20.45 


31.80 


Salem 

Sharon 


T. C. Keaton 

F. H. Jones 

S. J. Beeker 

W. H. Wilson 

J. W. Simmons _ 

T. C. Keaton 

S. F. Morton.. 

(). J. Martin 


10.05 
1.00 

2.95 


186. 46 
59.06 
113.00 


Shiloh 


75.07 
4.50 


South Side 

Stone ville 


17.75 

14.44 
1.00 


79.20 

22.00 

1.00 




7.00 
1.54 


2.60 
3.80 


174. 60 

86.18 

6.50 








4.72 
17.77 
5.00 
10.00 
357. 11 

512.46 
12.41 




6.40 6.77 


6.84 


Waughtown 


W. H. Wilson 

W. E. West 


18.57 14.70 

5.65.... 

7.00 10.00 

305.41 1,000.00 

105.46 191.24 

30.00 40.00 


99.63 
18.65 


Westfield.... 


C. ('. Havmore ... . 
H. A. Brown 

<;. T. Lumpkin 
T. C. Singleton 




67.10 


Winston First 

Winston, Brown 

Memorial 

North Wixston 




25.00 19.77 1.9S4.64 

12.17 934.28 

I 7.07 119.48 


Total 


530 


6245 6206 1, 243. 67 845. 78 1, 797. 20 

1 


1,374.09 


1,105.89 79.18 6,446.81 






*Tliis includes c 


ontributions to the S 


ate 


joan Fund. 

RALEIGH. 










Apex 

Bethlehem 


J. R. Edwards 

W. R. Beach 


1 


180 163 
76 103 

117 124 
30 


125. 00 
9.04 
5.00 


75.44 
3.60 
3.00 


75.00 
10.59 
2.00 


11.29 
2.70 
3.00 


143. 40 
6.45 
9.00 


10.00 
3.10 
10.00 


10.81 
2.10 


450. 94 
37.58 
32.00 


Cary 

Collins Grove 

Ephesus 


W. R. Beach 

G. T. Mills. 

R. E. Aikins 

P. G. Elsom 


13 
1 
9 
1 


164 187 

10J 100 
84 104 
120 76 
180 185 
117 150 
58 55 
252 257 
116 102 
24n 151 
194 113 


101.90 

6.4S 

3.00 

1.50 

130. 10 

21.20 

6.00 

90.00 

13.75 

30.55 

64.10 


41.00 

8.29 

4.50 

2.00 

22. Hi 

10.00 

5.00 

51.74 

16.17 

22.4!) 

43.15 


50.00 

15.30 

7.50 

2.73 

90.35 

10.00 

6.00 

125.44 

17.66 

29.07 

91.55 


15.57 
2.72 
2.05 
.50 
5.00 
5.00 
2.50 
7.50 

5.40 
6.25 


73.04 

22.65 

10.85 

.65 

100. 00 
15.65 
8.00 

103. 90 
19.15 
85.05 
93.55 


10.36 



5.00 
3.00 
2.50 
15.00 

5.66 
5.77 


15.00 

2.11 
2.50 

25. 00 
7.00 
5.00 
5.00 
1.17 
5.00 
7.10 


297. 87 

57.55 

30.40 

7.38 


Fayetteville St ... 
Fuquay Springs 


L. E. M. Freeman 
W. Et. Beach 

.1. M. Milliard 


377.61 
71.85 
35.00 




W. S. Olive 




401.58 


Good Hope 

Hepzibah 

Holly Springs 


L. L. Hudson 

A. A. Pippin.. 

J. A. Campbell 


5 
9 
4 


67.90 
182.56 
311.47 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



87 



RALEIGH— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastor*. 


1 

D. 
03 

ffl 


Church 

Membership. 

Sunday School 

Membership. 


State and 
Associational 
Missions. 


m 

a 
a 

is 
w 


1 

c.2 


o 
o 
J3 

si 
>.s 

o3 to 

-a .2 

W 


a> 
M 

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03 

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6 
13 
2 


112 
118 
86 


79 
149 

8? 


S25. 40 S20. 50 
8. 00 8. 00 

12.85' 10.00 
7.00; 3.00 

25.00 20.00 

13.12' 9.51 
5. 00 5. 00 
8.00: 3.00 
9.51 7.41 

10.00 5.00 
3.00 1.00 
3.00 3.00 

15.00 IS. 00 

49.71! 30.16 

3.00 1.50 

7.32 11.85 

*1290. 83 305. 00 

25.00 15.00 


S26. 80 

8.00 

10.50 

3.45 

25.00 

15.07 

3.50 

3.00 

12.62 

15.00 

11.00 

1.00 

18.14 

45.66 

1.00 

13.13 

500. 00 

38.00 


$6.50 
2.00 

2.50 
5.00 

2.00 

1.25 

2.00 
1.00 

2.22 
9.95 

2.10 

50.00 

5.00 


$34. 86 

10.00 

26.71 

5.00 

32.58 

7.05 

8.95 

.05 

42.65 

1.55 

2.00 

5.00 

26.14 

67.93 

3.00 

19.45 

317.77 

48.75 


$5.00 
2.00 

2.50 
5.00 

2.00 


$6.00 
2.67 
5.00 
1.50 
5.00 

10.60 
3.00 


$125.06 






40.67 




J. B. Ellis 


65.06 






50 i 64 
142 1 138 
119 89 
46 47 
65 36 


24.95 


Morrisville 


R. S. Stephenson 


2 

1 


117.58 
55.35 


Mt. 01ivet_ 


R. E. Atkins 


29.45 




C. C. Wheeler 




19.00 


New Hill 

Pilot Mills 


E. M. Lassiter 


6 


69 
49 
46 
66 
199 
91 


82 
160 
40 
69 
112 
114 


1.00 


4.41 
2.55 


77.85 
36.10 




R. E. Clark 

Worley Creech 


2 
1 


8.00 




4.70 
5.74 

1.35 

100. 00 

5.00 


2.00 
6.33 
6.90 
1.00 

25. 00 
10.00 


15.00 




90.53 




C. C. Wheeler 


6 


216.05 




R. E. Atkins 


50 45 
154 81 
994 1436 
151 209 


9.50 


Swift Creek 


C. H. Norris 

Adiel J. Moncrief 

W. R. Beach 


14 


55.20 
2, 588. 60 


Zebulon 


146. 75 


Total 


96 


4652 4905:2,228.36 785.47 


1.275.06 


161.00 


1,358.73 


205.02179.75 


5,982.39 



*Of this amount $938 was for City Missions. 



ROANOKE. 





W. G. Hall 


16 


170 
16 
48 
36 
42 
80 
59 
51 
9 
98 
63 
31 
94 
174 
147 
27 
11 
82 
8 
69 
177 
13 
37 
98 
19 
95 
33 
60 
112 
196 
64 
19 
16 
25 
7 
193 
104 
166 
16 
50 


169 

""35 
39 
157 
93 

"25 
30 
95 
34 
52 

100 
47 

163 
36 
26 
41 
53 
13 

368 

""50 
164 
34 
65 

""92 
70 
201 
120 
41 
33 
13 

"138 
132 
96 

"57 


64.18 
3.00 
25.62 
30.83 
5.00 


5.05 
1.00 
1.85 
4.00 


5.05 
1.00 
4.16 
3.94 




36.00 
1.25 
9.91 
9.00 

28.00 




4.55 


114.83 




N. P. Stallings 


6.25 








3.52 


2.20 


43.74 


Bethel 






51.29 






12 


33.00 




















W. L. Britt.... 




27.76 
20.00 

2.00 
12.43 
48.00 
19.16 
55. 00 

5.00 
53.79 
15.75 
19.43 
26.72 

8.03 
32.90 
181.10 
13. 93 
15.00 
48.43 
25.75 
12.00 
15.00 
62.50 
30.00 
117.00 
27.00 

5.00 
10.00 
16.00 

5.50 
31.75 
25.00 
51.01 

5.00 
34.30 


2.46 
2.72 


2.21 








1.79 
2.15 


34.22 




T. J. Crisp... 


1 




9.60 




34.47 




J. E. Hocutt 






2.00 


Dawson's 


W. L. Britt.... 


4 
4 


9.00 
4.00 
3.27 


13.25 
5.55 

5.06 


1.10 
1.50 


18.00 

6.50 
15.46 

6.70 

.35 

39.56 

1.36 
20.21 

4.10 

2.00 

12.77 

221. 73 

4.00 
19.00 
27. 50 

2.68 


4.05 
5.00 


3.00 
2.15 
3.60 


60.83 
71.20 






46.55 




W. O. Biggs... 




63.20 




J. E. Hocutt.. 


6 










5.35 


Enfield 


W L. Britt 


14.00 

.95 

8.35 

1.77 

1.65 

.73 

35.50 

6.23 
12.27 
1.40 


31.82 
1.40 
5.83 
4.26 
2.20 
1.18 

46.95 
5.72 
3.55 
6.60 
7.50 


4.30 
5.60 


3.00 


6.03 


152. 50 






3 
1 
1 


19.46 






9.40 
1.00 
1.00 

10.00 


1.50 

5.40 
1.91 
5.00 
2.40 
2.37 


64.72 






43.25 


Fountain 


N. H. Shepherd 


16.84 
52.58 








503. 28 




A. G. Wilcox... 




26.03 




E. C. Andrews. 

G. W. May 


2 
11 


43.78 




2.50 
1.70 
1.60 


4.20 
.67 


101.50 




T. L. Vernon 


39.70 




J. E. Hocutt. 


10 

1 

7 
21 


13.60 




T. J. Crisp 

D. F. Putnam 

W. M. Huggins— 

C. G. Lowe.. 


1.05 
19.26 


3.22 
7.01 


2.60 
2.00 
6.00 

2.90 


9.70 
60.00 

2.00 
161.80 

5.16 
125. 00 

5.82 


28.97 


Nashv'lle 


1.65 


4.25 


157. 27 
34.00 




41.20 
2.50 
2.25 
1.40 
1.42 


35.00 
2.60 
2.00 
1.32 


9.00 
1.13 

1.50 


1.55 


370. 00 




J. E. Hocutt... 


38.39 




N. P. Stallings 




135. 75 








20.09 




R. E. Hoffman 




20.32 




R. E. Hoffman 




.25 
3.95 
17.00 
30.37 
2.00 






5.75 




G. W. May.. 


16 
6 


1.60 
5.00 
8.00 










31.30 




E. C. Andrews 

C. G. Lowe 


5.00 
5.06 








52.00 


Red Oak 


9.00 


5.90 


109. 34 




G. J. Dowell. 




7.00 


Robersonville 




14 


11.50 


28.30 








74.10 



88 



N. G. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



ROANOKE— Continued. 




Rocky Mount 

Scotland Neck .. 

Sharpsburg 

Speed 

Spring Hope 

Stanhope. 

Stantonburg. 

Stoney Creek 

Tarbopo 

Tillery 

Washington 

Weldon 

Whitakers 

WlLLIAMSTON 

Wilson 

Biggs School House ' 



I. M. Mercer 



T. L. Vernon 

D. F. Putnam___ 
D. F. Putnam... 
N. H. Shepherd. 

C. G. Lowe 

A. V. Jovner 

W. L. Britt 

J. A. Sullivan 

J. G. Blalock 



33 42.5 ^9 

10 430 391 

... 23 IS 

2 32 29 



13 136 



179 123 
115 140 
41 



G. J. Dowell 

C. W. Blanchard. 



Total. 



3 21 
27 192 220 
10 162 117 

... 34 47 

4 97 134 
16 293 17.5 

80. 



$275. 00 

930. 25 
19.65 
17.45 
50.00 
10.00 
10.30 

121.35 
96.60 
27.20 
80. 97 

227.50 
21.27 
82.06 

131.92 



SI 38. 80 

592.91 

1.40 

2.82 

2.00 

3.50 

3.55 

4.58 

18.90 

3.00 

12.87 

81.42 

.50 

39.20 

66.00 



8177.65S18.51 S400.55 
454.65 55.00 1,154.03 

8.50 

2.29 7.08 

17.40 2.00 20.30 



5.95. 
28.77 
13.30. 



2.50 



10.74 
35.00 
51.99 



S16.45S28.45 1.055.41 
60.00 55.00 3,301.89 

29.55 

2.34 1.85 33.85 
2. 00 4. 25 97. 95 

_ 13.50 

33. 29 



14.68 139.86 

127.43 25.33 155.26 

3.35 6.35 

32.60 1.50 92.11 
88.47 10.00 141.96 



1.40 1.25 

9.00 201.20 

6.01 4.25 191.35 

1.00 

2. 95 
45.20 42! 57 
1.75 

3.00 19.13 

3.00 11.00 



31.20 
251.33 
704. 71 

33.22 
269. 60 
452. 35 



271 5010 5163 3, 308. 84 1, 182. 83 1, 213. 28 147. 19 3, 136. 16 213. 45 233. 07 9, 432. 82 



ROBESON. 



Antioch . 


K. Barnes 


7 2.52 137 


12.23 


4.23 


18.28 


11.48 




46.12 


Ashpole 


D. P. Bridges 


22 375 1(54 


281. 40 


176. 00 


192. 00 6. 50 


95.00 22.00 


11.00 


783. 90 


Baci Swamp .. 


D. P. Bridges 


3 184 129 


65. 22 


36.23 


43.71 3.63 


49.16 9.31 


6.35 


218. 60 


Bear Swamp 


C. G. Wells 


12 319 78 


110.00 


45.00 


60.00 10.00 


50.49 10.00 


15.00 


300. 49 


Berea . 


D. B. Humphrey ... 


.... 28 54 


24.00 


23.65 


20.00 1.00 


19.40 .67 


2.00 


90.72 


Bethany 


F. A. Prevatt 


.... 30 30 




1.00 


2.31 


1.40 .50 


1.00 


6.21 


Beutah _ 


I. M. Fleming 


8 84 81 


6.O0 


3.91 


5.12 1.00 


9.35 1.00 


2.50 


28.94 


Big Branch .- 


I. P. Hedgpeth 

H. A. Hedgpeth 


8 215 197 


103.39 


67.07 


156 26 6 62 


99 80 59 86 


7.91 


506.91 


Bloomiugdale 


16 S3 133 


23. 65 


9.56 


10.90 10.52 


32.45 5.00 


11.40 


103. 48 




J. M. Fleming 

R. A. Hedgpeth 


14 45 40 
12 12; 8] 


2.50 
12.00 


2.73 
11.08 


2.60 1.26 
5.18 1.55 


2.03 1.00 
13.00 .30 


1.40 
6.17 


13.57 


Center ville 


49.26 






8 55 .5 •; 
4n 2.5- 285 


22. 65 
23.93 


20.96 


12.01 1.00 
37.66 l.Oi 


7.00 2.27 
49. 54 4. 84 


12.05 
5.50 


89.88 


E. Lumberton 


.1. M. Fleming 


143.51 


Ephesus. 


.1. W. Cobb.... 


.... 103 30 


7.22 


4.50 


11.10 


4.00 


.SO 


27.62 


Great Marsh 


R.E.Sentelle (Sup.) 


6 200 112 


50.05 


30.79 


86. 10 5. 50 


73.51 10.00 


5.00 


260. 94 


Hebron 


A. A. MeHelland... 


3 60 53 


3.00 


3.00 


9.90 1.50 


2.00 2.00 


2.00 


23.40 


Hog Swamp 


R. A. Hedgpeth 


6 133 86 


5.94 


2. 82 


2.03 


3.68 


3.45 


17.97 


Lumber Bridge 


J. M. Dunaway 


11 24? 194 


125. 00 


60.00 


220.00 5.50 


60.00 16.50 


11.00 


498.00 




I. P. Hedgpeth 


16 230 1S5 


33. 23 


26.27 


62.54 


30.73 11.18 


2.65 


166.60 


Lumberton 


C. H. Durham 


5 297 435 


534.31 


200.00 


434.53 10.00 


936.92 25.00 


55.80 


2 196.56 


Maxlon 


A. A. McClelland.... 


2 125 137 


55.00 


48.76 


127.62 


64.76 


18.95 


315.09 


Mt. Elirn 


M. A. Stephens 


31 27- 117 


27.97 


20.82 


18.57 5.95 


35. 62 2. 54 


10.14 


121.61 




R. X. CashweU .. . 


.... 63 62 


5.50 
10.00 


5.50 
11.00 


5.50 1.00 
8.38 


18.44 2.50 
10. 44 7. 35 


2.00 


40.44 


Mt. Zion 


W. S. Ballard 


12 128 .51 


47.17 


Oakdale 


W. C. Wallace 


35 143 112 


5.00 


2.00 


2.00 4.40 


5. 00 4. 00 




22.40 


Oak drove 


T. J. Baker 


3 62 4 i 


5.00 


5.00 


5.00 1.00 


7.33 


2.00 


25.33 






13 103 56 
8 144 111 


31.00 
56.00 


17.03 
27.00 


30. 05 2. 00 
50.00 2.00 


19.00 3.75 
42.00 11.00 


4.00 
5.00 


96.86 


Parkton 


.1. M. Dunaway 


193.00 




F. A. Prevatt 


2 53 33 






3.00 


5.30 




8.30 


Pleasant Hill. 


W . A. Humphrey ... 


6 117 10> 


4.71 


3.50 


4.50 1.00 


11.62 2.45 


1.50 


29.28 


Pleasant Grove - 


W. S. Ballard 


11 140 54 


6.00 


3.15 


3.15 10.00 


13.00 


11.30 


46.60 


Pleasant Hope 


D. P. Bridges 


5 72 63 


17.17 


9.00 


16.50 1.00 


9.00 2.50 


2.00 


57.17 


Raeford . 


D. B. Humphrey ... 


.... 82 95 


23.15 


35.03 


13.59 15.11 


90.30 5.51 


5.84 


193.58 


Raft Swamp 


.!. M. Fleming 


14 220 93 


31. 12 


40.34 


56.61 4.27 


41.54 3.38 


4.85 


ls2. 13 




D. P. Bridges 

.1. W. Cobb.. 


10 100 57 
1 54 44 


20.00 
5.50 


11.00 
5.50 


16. 50 2. 00 
10. 00 1. 00 


17. 00 5. 50 
6. 00 2. 50 


5.50 
2.50 


77.50 


Rennert... 


33.00 


Rei Springs 


A. A. McClelland ... 


15 129 89 


69.11 


61.50 


83.73 


51. 03 4.30 


8.00 


277. 73 




W. S. Ballard 

C. R. Hester 

I. P. Hedgpeth 

E. O. Johnson 


3 83 .54 
84 4> 

2 86 122 
12 74 .5 . 


28. 43 
8.11 

71.50 
4.50 


14. 25 
13.56 
38.00 
4.60 


34. 48 1. 00 

24.92 2.00 

85.86 3.00 

6. 50 . 50 


26. 95 2. 00 

29.31 

30.00 16.50 
10.00 2.42 


3.36 
5.50 
6.50 
2.50 


110.47 




83.40 


Saddle Tree 


250. 36 


Singletary's X Roads 


30.52 


Spring Hill 


D. P. Bridges 


5 158 117 


50.00 


25.00 


24.92 3.00 


50. 00 4. 10 


14.00 


171.52 


Smyrna 


R. L. Byrd 


4 83< 131 


25.03 


18.25 


24.03 1.00 


3. 73 5. 00 




84.87 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



89 



ROBESON— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


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03 

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d 

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t- 
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BO | 

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3 is 


State and 
Associational 
Missions. 


a 
a 

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Foreign 
Missions. 


Sunday School 
Missions. 

Orphanage. 


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59 131 
138| 98 

48 52 


$16.68 
24.05 
10.19 
3.25 
2.63 
7.45 


$2.23 
10. 5S 
6.10 
2.51 
.98 
4.55 


$1.84 $1.08 S9.53 






$31.36 


Ten Mile 


W. S. Ballard 


4 


16.38 2.12 
7.35 


29.79 
14.40 


$3.32 


$7.R0 
2.04 
2.51 

1.45 


93.94 
40.08 


White Pond 

Zions Hill 


F. A. Prevatt 

A. N. Cash well 


30 
4 


100 
40 
160 


41 
24 
51 


4.00 
2.18 
3.25 


7.00 
.67 
1.05 


5.30 

.88 

3.10 


1.46 

5.00 


24.57 
8.80 
25.85 


Branch S. S. 
E. Lumberton,No. 2 






125 
62 
53 

157 
72 
45 






















8.53 






8.53 








































11.53 






11.53 



























































Total . . 


437 


6462 5823 2.031.91 


1,204.4812.087.73 


139.75 2,231.48 


278.51 292.31 


8,316.17 










1 













SANDY CREEK. 



Aberdeen 

Antioch 

Bear Creek 

Bethany 

Bethlehem 

Beulah-. 

Biseoe 

Brush Creek 

Carthage 

Cameron 

Cool Springs 

Eagle Springs 

Emmaus 

Ephesus 

Fall Creek 

Flat Springs 

Gum Springs 

Hickory Mountain. _ 

Jonesboro 

Love's Creek 

May's Chapel 

Mineral Springs 

Moon's Chapel 

Mt. Olive 

Mt. Pleasant 

New Salem 

Pinebluff. 

Pine Grove 

Pittsboro -- 

Rives Chapel 

Rock Springs 

Rocky River 

Sanford 

Sandy Creek 

Sandy Branch 

Siler City 

Southern Pines 

Staley 

Tysons Creek 

Union Grove 

Deep River 

Mechanics Hill 



C. Wheeler 

W. Harmon 

P. Soots 

R. Edwards 

H. H. Lawhon . 

P. Soots 

M. Bostick 

D. King 

L. Dowell 

L. Dowell 

H. H. Lawhon 
H. H. Lawhon 

R. Dixon_ 

D. King 

L. Fiddler 

B. Mitchell 

B. Lineberry 

R. Dixon 

D. King 

R. Edwards 

S. Thomas 

D. King_ 

L. Fiddler 

B. Lineberry 

W. Harmon 

B. Lineberry. ._ 



H. Strickland. 
B. Lineberry.. 

R. Dixon 

B. Lineberry-- 

R. Dixon 

R. Edwards 

W. Harmon... 

D. King 

R. Edwards ... 
M. Gardner.. . 



D. King 

W. Phillips 
W. Phillips . 
W. Phillips 



Total 27044343150 595.78 



_ 35 
9 41 
4 193 
9' 101 
3 233 

120 
32 

2iU 



118 117 

109 72 
85! 67 
26!.... 

127 75 
49! 37 

328 114 



26 50 

169 94 

10/ 65 

38| 227: 220 

10 194... 

8| 93 

12! 85 

56 

175 

44 

53 

17 

38 

61 

117 

59 

118 

L92 

60 

171 213] 144 

12l 136; 163 

21 291 43 

...I 10 82 

7 91 71 

8| 162 70 

... 32; 56 

... 66-.. 



18.50 

1.00 

5.00 

27.62 

5.00! 

4.00 

3.50 

18.25 

40.00 

46.88 

10.00 

2.76 

6.70, 

5.00 

8.00 

5.33 

10.00 

7.15 

80.00 

15.00 

9.00 

10.00 

4.18 

15.00 



3.30 



19.71 

1.00 

5.00 

29.84 

6.00 

1.00 

6.00 

20.31 

35.00 

21.54! 

5.00, 

.47! 

3.10 

5.14 

8.00 

2.97 

7.00 

5.00 

85.00 

12.50 

4.34 

10.30 

4.00 

10.00 

1.00 

4.00 



20.42 
4.00 
8.33 

32.70 
6.00 
2.00 

10.21 

16.26 

61.00; 

39.71! 
5.00; 
1. 62, 

10.25 
5.00' 

10.00 
1.64 

13.15, 

6.00 

100. 00 

30.00 

10.00 

20.00 
4.00 

16.00 
2.50 
4.00 



3.54 



5.00 
2.11 



. 50 



50.93 

2.50 

15.50 

46.15 

11.00 

5.00 

8.75 

32.52 

75.00 

56.85 

16.00 

3.00 

16.00 

6.00 

13.00 

3.81 

15.00 



4.55! 



3.91 
2.25 



3.55 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
3.38 
5.00 
8.43 



3.46 



1.00 
3.00 
3.17 
3.90 
2.00 



1.50 
1.30 
1.50 



2.00 



70 



192 

641 



1.00, 
35.00 
6.22 
3.00 
8.00 
100. 00 



1.00 

51.11I 
4.40! 

7.00 

6.00' 

61.86! 



1.00. 
60. 00! 
5.25L 
9. 25' 
10. 00 
100. 00 



1.00 

1.25 

1.50 

2.02 

7.28 

13.93; I 1.25 

60.00, 6.00 5.28 

27.50, 3.00; 

15.00 I 3.10 

20.87! 3.00 

3.75 

6.00 



.70 



19.39 
35.00 
5.00 
.50 
19.50 



1.00 
1.00 



16.70 
35. 00 
5.00 
2.00 
12.00 
2.00 
1.00 



31.75. 
75. 00 . 

3.00. 

2.00. 
20.95. 

4. 00 

1.00. 
.75 1 . 



518.29 



763.74 23.05 



15.00. 
20.00 

2.351. 

5.00 

5.00. 

4. 0. 
47.50; 

2.90 
10.50 : 
23.501 
52.50! 

1.80. 

20. 00 1 
41.32! 

45. 02 . 
7.00 

20. 16 
6.00. 
1.50'. 
2.00!. 



2.00 



7.00 
3.37 
2.00 
2.00 
6.06 



2.00 

.60 

2.05 



5.75 

3.03 



1.00 
2.95 



6.60 
1.60 
1.00 
1.00 
5.50 
1.80 
2.02 
3.00 



.50 



2.00 



847.36 95.17 72.04 2,915.43 



118.02 
10.75 
33.83 

146. 86 
30.00 
14.00 
30.46 
93. 72 

219.17 

179. 42 
38.00 
7.85 
38.55 
23.69 
42.00 
15.77 
54.93 
32.33 

338. 74 

88.00 

41.44 

65.77 

30.93 

69.00 

6.45 

21.03 

5.00 

7.00 

208. 21 
22.74 
33.45 
50.50 

330. 38 
3.60 
95.61 

192.40 
58.02 
13.00 
75.66 
14.00 
4.50 
3.75 



90 



.V. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



SANDY RUN. 



Churches. 



Adaville 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Big Spring 

Camp Creek 

Cane Creek 

Caroleen 

Cherokee 

Cliffside 

Concord. 

Fairview 

First Broad 

Floyds Creek 

Forest City .._ 

Green River 

Greens Creek 

Goodes Creek 

Henrietta 

High School 

Holly Spring _ 

Lavonia. 

Mt. Harmony 

Sit. Lebanon 

Mt. Olivet.. 

Mt. Pleasant, C 

Mt. Pleasant, R 

Mt. Zion 

Prospect 

Sandy Run 

Sandy Level 

Sandy Springs 

Silver Creek 

Shilo 

Southern 

USulphur Spring 

Walls 



Pastors. 




B. M. Hamrick 
J. M. Goode... 1 

6 

A. C. Irvin 6 

H. D. Harrill 22 

VV. L. Hames 1 

C. T. Tew 7 

J. H. Smith 3 

C. W. Pavseur 51 

A. C. Irvin 17 

H. D. Harrill 
H. D. Harrill 
Z. D. Harrill 
J. Adams 

B. P. Jackson 

B. P. Jackson 
T. C. Harris 21 

C. T. Tew 
J. M. Hamrick 
CM. Teal 
H. D. Harrill 
T. J. Moss 
L. D. Harrill 
VV. F. Hull 

B. M. Bridges 

C. M. Teal 

Cicero Queen 
W. M. Gold 
Z. D. Harrill 
W. M. Gold 

R. J. Tate 

F. M. Freeman 

B. M. Hamrick.... 10 

R. H. Herring 12 

J. M. Goode. 17 

Z. D. Harrill IS 



Total... . 3S16250 394S 625.36 599.94 629.87 4.60 621.97 40.25 77.49 2.599.48 









SOUTH FORK. 
















Alexis 


J. A. Hovle-__. 

J. L. Shinn 

L. A. Bangle 

J. A. Hoyle... 

J. D. Harte 

I. T. Newton 

R. D. Carroll 

('. A. Caldwell 

G. VV. Rollins 

J. L. Shinn.. 

J. J. Beach 


s 

33 

2 

41 

4 

4 
35 

2 
24 
12 

11 
16 
5 


83 78 


8.00 


3.00 


3.00 


1.00 


3.00 


1.00 


.45 


19.45 


Belmont 


152 87 

2 5 91) 

101 13$ 

54 5*3 
25 65 

135 135 

50— 

125 110 

293 197 

29 ... . 

295 229 

97 Hit 

231 270 

221 110 

117 151 

10! 54 

83 32 

65 100 

20," 130 

217 133 

55 69 
116 101 


20.00 
1.00 
3.56 
2.50 
8.00 
9.63 

15.00 
9.00 

30.03 

10.00 
3.00 

83.76 

81.53 

10.00 

18.85 

42. 50 

15. 25 

2.55 

50. 50 

7.01 

4.00 

17.07 


7.00 
1.00 


4.00 




20. 
1.00 




3.00 


54.00 
3.00 


Bethel 










3.56 


Brookford 

Brulngton 














2.50 




10.00 






4.00 






22.00 




1.70 
3.50 
1.67 
4.20 

18.99 


11.38 


Corinth 

Cat nvba 

D ill i •>-_.__ 


3.50 

11.00 

118.02 

116.69 
10.00 

13.61 
3.50 


2.50 

2.67 

10.00 

52.03 

1.00 

200.88 

4.00 

191.30 

39.00 

5.53 

9.46 


2.00 

16.80 


3*50 

2.72 

12.20 

80.03 

1.00 

178.90 

4.00 

185. 21 

5.00 

7.82 

31.60 

3.00 


7.50 
32. 15 


28.00 

16.06 

56.40 

160. 65 


Faith 


L. \. Bangle.. 


5.00 


G ESTONIA, First 


W. H. Reddish 


649.50 
8.00 




J. D. Harte . 


9.85 

3.14 
2.80 


34.50 
5.00 
4.10 
2.00 
6.75 


617.08 


Hick »ry Grove 

Hi 'h 9 


W. B. MeClure.. 

R. D. Carroll .. 


69.00 
51.08 


Kl I'a Chapel 


A. W. Setww - 

G W R tiling 


72.06 
35.00 




C. F. Felmet 


38 

7 

31 








2. 55 


Lincoln mv, First _. 

Long Creek 

Long Shoals 

Lowell 


S. \V. Bennett... 

H. B. Chronister 

C. E. Baaver 

I. T. Newton. 


64.95 
6.41 
2.00 


57.55 
6.41 
2.50 
5.07 


4.15 
1.60 


59.13 
6.41 


10.00 


6. 25 
7.20 


253. 03 

35.04 

8.50 




11.76 






33.90 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



91 







SOUTH FORK— Continued. 












Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

a 

03 

n 


d 

o 


° p. 
o.~ 

- f- 
x s 

>■' 

* g 

02 


03 

a 

o 
., S3 m 

"2 03 c 

S'3 2 
« ».2 

m 


o5 

a 
o 

i! 

X 


m 

a 
c.2 

M tg 
"a •-> 

ss 


o 
o 

CD tr 

v. a 
>>.2 

03 co 

T3.2 
§S 
in 


CD 
M 
03 

a 

03 

si 
o. 

o 


a 

— o 

03 — 
'C 03 
a) o 


CD 
-M 

o 

CD 

SO 

< 


"3 
o 








27 
315 

86 
181 
158 


313 

88 
100 
127 


$6.25 
17.91 
5.00 
4.50 
6.00 


$3.27 
3.41 

.50 
1.00 


$1.50 

21.55 

1.15 

.50 

1.80 




$2.00 
5.40 


$.45 


$.48 


$13.47 




C. M. Robinson 

.W. B. McClure 

J. A. Hovle 

J. A. Hoylo 


23 
6 
9 

7 


58.75 


Lawing's Chapel.. .. 
Macedonia 


6.15 


$.50 


1.50 




.50 
3. SO 


8.00 
13.60 




C. M. Ervin 










McAdenville 


W. B. McClure... 

A. W. Setzer 

D. E. Vipperman 

G. P. Abernethy 

W. B. McClure 

C. A. Caldwell 

R. D. Carroll 

R. D. Carroll 


18 212 

141 71 
45 159 
13 260 


179 
38 
145 


15.00 

17.00 

33.50 

5.00 

5.00 

12.00 

44.61 

40.00 

2.66 

7.00 

3.00 

1.00 

2.50 

10.00 

6.00 

15.00 

3.00 

3.15 

9.00 

5.00 

30.25 


5.66 
1.50 
8.80 
8.21 
1.00 
10.00 
14.88 
10.00 
4.00 
2.00 
3.50 

2.50 
5.00 
2.50 
10.00 
1.00 

1.45 


5.66 

3.00 

14.90 

8.20 

1.00 

5.00 

14.73 

20.00 

2.25 

2.50 

6.50 

1.00 

5.25 

5.00 

2.00 

25.00 

1.00 

2.20 

1.00 


5.00 

2.62 
2.15 

2.28 
5.00 
2.17 

5.00 


11.60 
3.36 
28.61 




1.00 
1.62 
2.65 


42.60 
26.48 


Mt. Holly 


91.08 
23.56 




7 65] 115 
9 249 60 


1.50 

2.00 

34.12 

25.00 






8.50 


Mt. Zion 


20 35 


1.55 
2.15 
2.35 


30.55 


Newton 

Olivet 


5' 130 
5 186 
3 51 


154 
188 
75 
57 
97 

""77 
50 
45 

""72 
114 

107 


110.77 

122. 70 

11.08 


Providence, Second. _ 


C. A. Caldwell 


3 


82 
33 
76 
143 
125 
104 
21 
54 


3.00 

3.10 

2.00 

10.51 

17.25 

3.23 

15.00 

.85 

8.00 

.95 

1.00 

2.85 




1.00 


15.50 
16.10 






2 
15 
12 






4.00 




C. F. Felmet... 






20.76 






5.00 


1.00 
.71 


42. 25 




C. E. Beaver 


14.73 




R. D. Carroll 




65.00 




J. A. Hoyle ' 


5 


5.85 


Spencer Mountain ... 


J. M. Ballard 


2 40 






18.35 






51 

1?1 






12.40 






11 






6.00 






8 


70 
22 
17 










1.56 


34.66 


Webb's Chapel 






















































Total.. 


501 


6166 


4718 


762.09 460.23 


758. 99 


50.27 


803. 14 


92.24 


119.68 


3,046.64 













SOUTH RIVER 
















Antioch 


T. J. Hobb.. 


4 
13 
9 
5 
2 
3 
5 

10 
5 


78 
110 
240 
54 
45 
89 
150 
163 
114 
71 
136 
78 
112 


50 
110 
100 
40 
45 
113 
85 
40 
37 
55 
94 
55 
66 
76 
50 
55 
85 
88 
50 
97 


25. 00 

11.90 

45.00 

8.00 

5.81 

5.94 

27.05 

18.17 

5.00 

12.00 

13.50 

15. 00 

4.77 

1.60 

14.00 

1.00 

35. 00 

15.00 

3.27 

35.00 


4.00 


5.00 
10.55 


1.00 
3.00 
10.00 


5.63 
31.84 




1.99 


41.62 
57.29 


Baptist Chapel 


G. O. Bain 






55.00 


T. J. Hobb 




1.00 








9.00 












5.81 




G. A. Bain 


2.20 
2.68 
1.32 

1.00 






3.80 
3.51 






11.94 




G. A. Bain _. 


5.66 
3.78 

.53 
6.00 






2.66 


40.90 






23.27 




J. O. Tew 










6.58 


Hickory Grove . 


J. O. Tew 




.25 






18.25 










13.50 






7 
10 














15.00 




J. W. Cobb 


1.69 


2.97 








1.40 


10.83 


Manley's Chapel.. . . 


G. A. Bain . 








1.60 


T. J. Hobb 


2 

7 


31 
92 


4.00 
1.00 
2.10 

2.50 


4.00 
2.75 

10.00 
5.00 
1.15 

15.00 




1.00 

1.70 

20.20 

5.00 


1.00 




24.00 


Mill Creek 


W. R. Johnson 


6.45 


Mt. Elam 


1.80 


7.00 


76.10 


Piney Green 


J. O Tew 




234 
60 
85 
33 
34 
227 
357 
70 
92 


27.50 


J. O Tew 








4.42 








5.00 






2.00 


57.00 














Royal's Chapel... ... 




4 
19 
22 


60 
225 
160 
60 
91 


3.27 
100. 00 
159. 99 

4.71 
35.00 














3.27 




3.83 
47.55 



7.25 


100. 00 

119.17 

4.60 

12.00 


5.00 
10.00 






4.05 
10.00 


212.87 


Spring Branch 


J. A. Campbell ... 


142. 66 


11.35 


500. 06 
9.31 


White Oak 








10.00 






64.25 














Total . 


127 2755 


1937 


604. 93 


81.12 


309. 21 


34.00 


224. 93 


14.15 


28.44 


1, 345. 19 







92 



N. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



SOUTH YADKIN. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 











c 


-> a 










S- 


a 3 








tn 




f. r 


ti 


--' 


*-= 




:. r 


- " 








a 


•i% 


S* 5 


« 


u 


H 



R. Davis.. 
J. Wyatt.. 
M. Swaim. 



Advance W. 

Beulah __ W. 

Bethel.. V. 

Berea |__ 

Cleveland.... C. S. Cashwell. 

Calvary 

China Grove G. 

Chestnut Hill ; C. 

Corinth. 



T3 c3 C 



«<S 



C. I very. 
S. I very.. 



96 
8.5 61 
160 129 
70] 

50 23 
105 105 

38l 23 
96 178 



$23. 2.5 

2.00 

21.00 



24.00 
6.00 



30. 00 



$8.00 
1.00 
8.65 



87.00 
1.00 
14.60 



4.00 
1.00, 



5.00 



5.00 



5.00 



Ss 



S11.50 
6.00 
24.25 



15.03 



.Eh 



SI. 50 

~3~66 



1.00 
~2.~25 



$5.00' $56.25 

.50 10.50 

3. 00 74. 50 



52.00 
7.00 



2.25 



70.00 



Cornatzer 

Cooleemee 

Dunn's Mountain... 

Enon 

Batons 

E. Spencer 

Fork 

Farmington 

Faith | G 

Gay's Chapel 

Harmony j J. 

Ijame's X Roads 

Jerusalem E. 

Mocksville ('. 

Mooresville- 8. 

New Hope V. 

New Bethany V. 

Phaniels (',. 

Rockwell G. 

Spencer J. 

Society* V. 

South River J. 

Shady Grove... W 



R. Davi3 

L. Weston 

C. Ivory 

M. McKenzie. 
S. Cashwell.. 
N. Stallings.. 

R. Davis 

R. Davis 

C. Ivery 



N. Binkley. 



20 4.5 

322 3S2 

86 71 

42 57 

86i 105! 

28 35 

2.5S 270 

96 68 1 

63 57 



12.00 
82.87 
11.50 
14.00 
27. 25 
15.00 
67. 00 
52.00 
6.00 



2.50 

34.41 

5.50 

4.00 

5.00 

8.00 

15.00 

14.00 

1.00. 



1.00 
38.10 

3.00 

4.00 
20.00 

3.00 
30.00 
26.00 



45.75 

7.00 

10.00 

25.00 

3.00 



7.00 
1.25 
1.00 



1.25: 
9.65 
2.00 
2.50! 



16.75 
217.78 
29. 25 
35.50 
77.25 
34.00 



Salisbury. 
s llisbury — 

X. .Main St. 
Statesville 

Statesville — 

W. Avenue.. 
Trading Ford 



i: 



L. Weston 

8. Cashwell... 

D. Swaim 

M. Swaim 

M. Swaim 

C. Ivery 

('. [very 

L. Vipperman. 

M. Swaim 

P. Gwaltney... 

J. Wvatt 

L. Motley 



M. McKenzie. 

B. .Maddry... 



F. Mitohiner. 
L. Carrick... 



Totals 38241893928 1,322.20 511.31 792.60 



39 69 

40 39 . 
147 60 
121 130 
215 237 
107 50 
142 50 

40 70 

12 26 . 

242 216 

174 14s 

130 83 

27 ; 

344 272 

25 91 

205 221 i 

261 337 

187 125 



4.00 1.00 



2.00 



66.00 25.00 

86.00 41.15 

25. 75 4. 00 

27.00 10.00 

6.00 3.00, 

15.00 3.00. 



30.00. 
62.50'. 
21.00,. 
15.00. 
5.40. 



2.00 3.00 

7.00 119.00 

20. 00 5.00, 6.25 123.25 

! 7.00 



3.00 



1.00 11.00 



20.00 
39.00 
56. 70 
33. 57 
9.40 



2.00 
5.00, 
3.17| 
2.00 
1.00 



2.50 
9.25 
3.00 

4.79 



145. 50 

242. 90 

113.62 

92.36 

24.80 

18.00 



150.00 60.00 

40. 00 9. 00 

15.00 4.00 

4.00 2.00; 

177.00 76.65 



175.00. 
15.00. 

6.00. 

2.00 . 

65. 00 



231.28130.78 200.00 



72.80 22.17 
9. 00 3. 00 



30.00 
6.00 



118.78 25.00 10.00 

25. 00 2. 00 6. 00 

15.00 1.00 2.50 

3.00 2.00 

143.24 13.50 



538. 78 
97.00 
43.50 
13.00 

475.39 



24,5.45 1.5.00 15.00, 837.51 



138.00 8.00 7.00 277.97 
5.00 2.00 1.00 26.00 



1, 055. 14 103. 67 102. 44 3, 887. 36 









STANLY— 1903. 














First Albemarle... 
West Albemarle 


A. II. Wvncoop 

C. .1. Black... 

I). W. Arnette. 


31 
36 
19 
22 
6 
6 
9 
10 
2 


241 209 
309 163 
134 88 
179 66 
69 41 
114 81 

136 167 
130 ion 

33 39 
101 82 

19 47 
101 67 

137 114 
120 7.5 
100 65 

49 


1 

50.00 

17.50 

3.00 

9.50 

2.00 

4.00 

8.00 

. 6.00 

1.00 

15.00 


41.47 
5.00 
3.00 
7.00 
1.50 
4.00 
4.00 
3.00 
.50 
5.00 


66.47 
18.00 

7.00 
17.00 

2.00 

8.00 
11.62 

4.00 


103. 93 

25.00 

11.10 

15.00 

2.00 
6.50 
10.00 
7.00 


53.00 
5.00 
1.50 
2.50 
1.00 
1.00 
2.25 
1.50 


5.00 
5.00 
1.50 
2.50 
1.00 
1.50 
3.79 
2.50 


319.87 
75.50 
27.10 


Big Lick 

Barbee's Grove 


C. .1. Black 

H. G. Bryant 

E. M. Brooks 


53.50 

9.50 

25.00 






39.66 




C. .1. Black 


24.00 




W. c. Bough 


1.50 




1). U . Arnette 


15.00 


7.25 


4.28 




46.53 


Gold Hill 


N. L. Loftin 


2 








8.00 
4.00 
3.00 
2.00, 


6.45 
3.00 
2.50 
1.50 


12.00 
10.00 
3.00 
3.50 


15.00 

10.00 

3.00 

- ...J 3 : 00 


2.75 
3.50 
1.00 


3.00 
1.00 


47.20 




('. J. Black .. 


3 
5 
11 


30.50 


Locust 


1 . \ llunevcutt 


13.50 
10.00 


Mineral Springs 


G. L 1 








E. M. Brooks 


26 
4 


ill 90 
102 118 

68 46 

129 101 


8.00 
3.00 
8.00 
2.00 
3. 25 


5.00 
2.00 
8.00 
2.50 
2.50 


5.00 
10.00 
12. 50 
3.00 
6.25 


' 12.00 

15.00 

10.97 

3.00 

7. 50 


2.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.50 


2.50 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 


32.50 




J. E. Crook 


35.00 




I). W. Arnette 


45.47 




E. M. Brooks 




14.50 


Pleasant Grove 


M. L. Morton.. 


24 


23.00 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



STANLY— Continued. 









d 


Ha 


c 






o 

o 
















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— — 























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71 s 


*2 *« 


03 

e 


a 


od a 


M 


■a 53 


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fa 


rl-fj 


►»£ 






c ° 


>>.2 


a 




g 










n H 


35 £ 






SC w 




S3 


m 3 
















o J* 


II 




•w.2 


J 




•a 


C3 






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= 2 


SS 


■§<s 


SS 


Ǥ 


a 


tiH 


M 


O 






« 


O 


03 


to 


H 


fe 


02 


O 


§ 


-«! 


H 


Prospect. 

Plyler 

Silver Springs 


D. W. Arnette 




73 

27 


52 

40 

89 


$8.00 

1.00 

10.00 


S4.00 
1.00 
3.00 


$8.00 
2.00 
15.00 




$15.90 
3.00 


$1.50 
1.00 


$2.50 
1.00 


$39. 90 


E. M.Brooks._ 


1 


9.00 


C.J. Black 


25 336 


30. 00 2. 00 


60.00 


Smyrna 

Union Grove 




2 49 
2 54 


57 
31 


3.00 
1.00 


3.00 
1.00 


2.00 
2.00 




5.00 1.00 

5.00 


2.00 
1.00 


16.00 


J. S. Harris... 


10.00 


Total 


246 3012 2038 


183. 25 


77.42 


243.34 


349. 28 


90.28 


45.79 


989. 36 





















STONE MOUNTAIN 
















H. Miller 




23 . 












E. Handy...... 


1 


74! 50 
27 88 

52 57 
39 59 
26 1 33 

53 48 








































Knobs 


Grant Cothren 


15 










1 1 ' 














Mountain Valley 

Mt. Pis^ah 


G. W. Sebastian 

Grant Cothren 

H. Miller 


5 










1 


3 90! 70 


















17; 50 
















Grant Cothren 

T. C. Long 


3 


















7 


126 58 

49 1 29 
52j 67 
95 109 




























































29 


2.00 








5.00 


1.65 


8.65 




VV. H. Key. 


21L..J .25 
22' 








.25 




.50 




D. J. Roberts... 


1 
3 
3 
5 
6 

18 
















Grant Cothren 

H. Miller 


36! 40 
40 ; 
































Grant Cothren 

Grant Cothren and... 
T. M. Lyon. 


52 i 55 
150 90 














Trap Hill 


4.75 








1.00 


2.50 


8.25 




163 147 5.00 












5.00 






38| 59 
.. i 235 










































i 












Total 


99 


1291 1342 

1 


12.00 








6.25 


4.15 22.40 



























STONY FORK. 


















39 

40 
28 
94 
37 
82 
193 
25 
71 
61 
81 
179 
100 
144 


30 16.00 






6.00 1 




22.00 


Doe Ridge 

Elk 


N. S. Hampton 

D. M. Wheeler 


3 
3 
1 
2 
9 
1 
1 


22 1 . J 













30j 28.40. 






L 




28.40 






26.40 






2.00 




28.40 




W. N. Church ... 


30! 9.00 






1.50, 




9.50 




D. M. Wheeler 


50 ! 73.15 






1 




73.15 






114} 75.70 

34 1 ! 


1.72 


7.98 


6.10 




91.50 




M. D. Miller 








New Hopewell 




1 J 












B. F. Wilcox 


14 


75 22. 86 

32 13.36 


1.00 


3.11 




26.97 




C. S. Farthing 


1.61 




14.97 




I. C. Miller 


7 
8 
8 


126 69.52 

70 12.00 


1.65 


5.00 




76.17 




C. S. Farthing 






1.25 




13.25 


Yellow Hill 


80 31.46 1 




5.00 




36.46 














Total 


57 1177 


693, 377.85 : 4.37 


7.98 


31.57 


421. 77 










1 




1 1 





94 



-V. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



SURRY. 



Churches. 



sis i 

— — — .£ • 

»P« ~ <a a 

- — >.— ~ a £ 

s S - ' = 9 s 

►j <D TO ffi - J ■ - 

U DO X 



I! 











o 






o 






JS 








o 


c 


«2 S 


ci 

a 


c.2 


>>° 


M ?- 




C3 




"3.2 


,4 


SS 


^ 


u 


fe 


00 


O 



Antioch 

Central View 

Copeland--. 

Corinth 

Cross Roads 

Dobson 

Elkin 

Flat Branch 

Gum Orchard... 

Hill's Grove 

Hollow Springs- 
Macedonia 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Herman 

Mt. Pleasant 

Mt. View _ 

New Hope 

Oak Grove. 

Piney Grove 

Pleasant Ridge- 
Richmond 

Rockford 

Rocky Ford 

Ronda.. 

Salem. 

Salem Fork 

Siloam 

Union Cross 

White Plains 



J. W. Simmons.. 
J. H. Haynes 

E. W. Turner 

J. Bennett.. 

J. H. Havnes 

J. T. Kirk 

C. H. Utley 

C. F. Fields 

C. F. Fields 

T. J. Marion 

C. C. Arrington. 
J. \Y. Burchette. 

J. Bennett 

A. J. \\ illiains.__ 
J. T. Carlton ... 
W. H. Beamer... 

T. J. Marion 

A. J. Williams... 
C. C. Arrington. 
L. B. Murray ..- 

C. F Fields 

W. H. Beamer... 
C. F. Fields ... 
A. T. Pa 

T. J. Marion.... 
J. II. Haynes 

F. D. McCall— . 

J. H. II .V 

W. H. Beamer 



116 79 S5.00 So. 00 

53 105 

78 54 1.50 

44 i 

53 58 !. 

47 82 6.35 2.00 

134 187 

37 40 



91 55 
39 54 
115 79 
134.... 

65 70 

66 56 
19.... 
70 65 
51 86 
30 36 
4 s 50 
65 87 

124 101 
106 79 

63.__. 

4s 37 

33 65 

32 45 

64. 

61 

66. 



tin 



S5.00. 



S5.00. 



.40. 



1.00. 



2.00 
4.10 



1.00 



.50. 
1.00 



1.00. 



.60 


1.00. . 


1.56 
5. 49 . 


1.00 


1.35 


1.00 
7.80 


1.00 
5.00 


1.00 

27. 50 


1.00 
4.75 
1.00 


1.00 
1.00 



1.50 



Total -- 207 1899 1630 79.47 50.78 



78. 60 . 



1.00. 
1.00. 
1.00. 
8.60. 
3.71. 
1.00. 
16.00. 
1.00. 
1.00. 
5.00. 
1.00. 
1.60. 



107.32 



S5.00 



25.00 20.00 | 


30.00 


. 46.00 


5.00 


126. 00 


7.90 10.50 




4.85 

1.00 

1.50 .. .. 


3.90 
1.00 


27.15 


1.00 


1.00 


4.00 
1.50 


2.42 3.7* 


3.25 


3.66 


1.82 


14.93 



2.00 

~2.~66 



1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 



31.72 



TAR RIVER. 



Advance 



Bear Swamp 

Bethesda 

Betnlehem 

Browns... .- 

Cary Chapel 

Cast alia 

Ced ir Rock 

Corinth 

Cypress Chapel.. 

Enterprise 

E p. II -s us 

Gardner's 

Harnss I 

Henderson 

napel 

Joyners Chapel .. 

Kittrells 

Littleton.. 

louisbubg 

Macon 

Maple Springs ... 

Marmaduke 

Middleburg 

Midway 

Mountain Grove. 

Mt. Hebron 

Mt. Herman 

Mt. Zion_ 



W. E. Bowers ... 
W. X. Bobbitt .. 
W. P. Campbell. 
W. X. Bobbitt .. 

I" .1 Taylor 

J. A. Stradley . 

G. w May 

G. M. Duke .... 
1. A. Ell 

1). L. Putnam .. 
K. P. Walker.... 

.1. E. Hocutt 

W. P. Campbell. 

W. X. B 

I \\ . Morgan... 

Sam Garner 

G. M. Duke 



6 57 

12 196 

1 3s 

5 94 

3 111 
I 

31 131 
4 
6 



til 
55 
53 
45 
40 
76 
96 
212 137 

150 105 



5 134 
17 139 



79 
45 
178 119 
120 35 
20i 280 
44 80 



R. P. Walker.. 
L. W. Swope... 
T. J. Taylor 
G. M. Duke . 
<;<■'>. Tunstall. 
W. Et. Cullom.. 
D. T. Bunn ... 
G. W. Holmes. 
J. W. 81 
D. T. Bunn.. 
G. M. Duke. . 



. 132 
. 52 
. 146 



4 195 KM 



1 125 

2 185 

3 

3 



15 
70 

24 
g I 75 
119 lis 



17 183 



24 
154 



2.50. 
2. 26 
4.00 
1.75 

■ - 

14.:;o 
1.50. 



10.00 
20.03 
11.53 
10.00 
60.00 
18.00 

17.81 

35.00 20.00 
7. 00 5. 00 

in 00 

10.03 

8.38 

. 2. 92 

140.73 57.00 



3.00. 



3.14 

4.00 

.65 

11.73 



13.00 
11.75 



2.60 
2.32 



74.51 5.00 



30.57 6.15 



18.07- 3.09 

38.00 10.00 5.00 
3.00 2.50 2.50 



30.00 
3.00 



1.00 



1.00 
13.10 



2.00 



1.00 



74. 00 2. 00 

11.00 3.59 

5.00 202.86 45.00 50.00 
2.50 



41.01100.79 
130.00 161.55 
37.00 10.00 

35.00 

16.75 
42.23 

9. 74 

5.50 

5.50 



2s. 31 
161.55. 
15.00 



3.00 



. 00 



19.00 



2.50 
47.03 

2.4s 



20.77 



1.50 

1 . 75 
4.86 



5.00 



104.92 12.65 

481.90 25.00 

52. 70 7. 32 6. 00 . 

10.00 

7.85 1.75 

53.19 16.21 10.10 
1.4S 



1.00 



2.60 



5.00 
1.31 
2. 21 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



95 







rAR RIVER 


— Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
a. 

a! 

« 


d 
3 

a 

£ 
O 


1.S- 

a' £ 
0D 


"3 

a 


"2 "3 a 
S'S 2 
^ m -2 

CO 


a 


§1 


a 
e.2 

- m 





■a 

V rn 

02 C 

>>.2 

T3.2 

no. 


01 

M 
a 
a 
ca 

a 

O 


a 

— . 

03 •- 
O V 


1 
'3 
S 

09 


"ca 

O 




G. W. May 




173 

118 
104 


127 
30 

■>?,n 


$40. 00 
5.00 
10. 45 
4.00 
31.14 
53.50 
13.65 


$14. 00 


$150. 00 




$22. 50 






$226. 50 


New Sandy Creek ... 


G. W. Coppedge 


5 






5.00 




15.75 




16.70 






42.85 




D. T. Putnam 




202, 118 

2111 68 






4.00 




G. W. May 

G. M. Duke 

W. N. Bobbitt 

G. M. Duke 

A. G. Willcox 

L. W. Swope 

G. G. O'Neill 


21 


7.30 
1.20 


3.18 

40.88 
1.00 










34.32 


Poplar Springs 


5, 398 1 318 

4 66, 23 

4j 207 96 

\ 147 87 


$2.37 


117.52 
2.11 


$4.64 


$7.30 
1.56 


232.51 
19.52 


Red Bud 


20.00 1.59 
20. 00 3. 25 
39.12, 50.00 
50.00 91.50 


21.59 




2.00 
55.00 




6.58 






31.83 




165 
3 176 


89 
197 






144. 12 






133.37 






274. 87 
















J. E. Hocutt 

G. M. Duke 

W. P. Campbell 

J. W. Sledge 


278 49 
10 303j 

3 14S 122 
6 112 46 

6 172 225 
2 84 50 
11 68 s 71 
5l 28 1 30 


35.00 12.00 

39.30 

20.00 10.18 

5.40 

7. 00; 5. 50 
15.00 2.38 


5.00 
10.00 
10.61 
8.50 
9.30 
' 2.55 




6.00 
4.83 
45.04 


3.00 


3.00 

2.50 


61.00 




59.63 




85.83 








13.90 






5.00 


21.50 
2.76 






43.30 


Sulphur Springs 


A. G. Willcox 

J. J. Marshall 

A. G. Willcox 

T. J. Tavlor 

T. J. Taylor. 






22.69 


10.00 
10.00 






2.50 


14.12 


Turkey Branch 

Warren Plains 


1.00 


1.00 
17.58 

168. 75 


2.00 
48.10 

181.50 




19.00 


2 


159 139 
142 148 
98 120 


32.50 22.39 
76.42 204.05 


8.10 
27.65 




128. 67 
658. 37 




J. W. Sledge 


7 


5.00 




5.00 








40 
30 




















































Total 


227 7240 4652 1.318.42 854.04 


1,037.31 


33.99 


1,778.28150.89 


87.38 


5,298.31 



















TENNESSEE RIVER. 





W. S. Rogers 


8 

8 


44 
46 
69 
244 
73 
185 
14S 
73 


68 

35. 

55 
172! 

64 
163 
100! 

35. 

60 

15 

89 

421 

27 

50j 

60 

60 

60i 

50 

80 

40 

50 

25. 

35 

30| 

40 

25, 

56 

30 
1431 

6S| 
100 

50 

4S| 

50 
j 


1.00 

2.00 

21.33 

2.00 












1.00 




5.00 
22.95 


2.00 

49.68 


3.00 








8.00 




T. D. Watson 








4.00 




T. F. Deitz 


4 




20.87 






114.83 




T. J. Calhoun 






2.00 




J. S. Stanberry... 


13 
26 


















4.00 


1.00 






5.00 






10.00 


















G. W. Orr 


15 


151 


1.00 


1.00 






1.00 






3.00 


Buffalo 


Armstrong Cornsilk 
H. J. Ho<rue 


30 
4 


16 
118 
75 
27 
83 
29 
122 
181 
90 
123 
57 
99 
25 
80 
42 
34 
38 
23 
65 
121 
157 












Forney Creek 


2.25 

3.00 

1.65 
2.00 
3.00 
5.00 
.71 














2.25 
















3.00 




H. J. Hogue 


1.00 

1.00 






1.00 
1.00 






2.00 




A. J. Hall 


2 


1.00 








4.65 










2.00 




W. P. Robertson 

T. D. Watson 


13 

7 














3.00 


Lufty 


3.50 












8.50 


Maple Spring 

Mt. Zion 


Wm. Pruitt 






2.65 
1.50 






3.34 


J. S. Stanberry 

W. W. Anthony 

H. J. Ho"ue 


13 
5 
1 












1.50 




























































5 
3 
5 


2.00 

2.00 















2.00 


Round Hill 


A. J. Hall 














2.00 


Myrtle Spring. 


T. N. Freeman 


































A. E. Lowe 

W. P. Robertson.. ... 
G. W. Orr 


12 

8 






































1.00 


1.00 






2.00 






4.00 




D. F. Birchfield 

W. P. Robertson 

D. F. Birchfield.. 

H. J. Hogue 

T. J. Calhoun 


18 














39 223 


4.00 
2.00 


.45 


2.25 




2.25 






8.95 




I 


140 
101 
48 






2.00 


Union Hill 




















2.00 












2.00 
















Total 


248 


3152 


2078J 


59.94 


38.90 


54.93 


3.00 


37.27 






189.04 





















96 



N. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 









THREE FORKS. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 

03 

pq 


( Ihurch 

Membership. 

Sunday School 

Membership. 


S3 

C 

o 

s || 

X 


CO 

C 


§1 




Sunday School 
Missions. 

Orphanage. 


a 

— o 
25:3 

X c3 

a, o 

ha 


1 
a 

i 

o 
w 

< 


O 

H 




G. W. Trivett 


4 141 35 
16 129 72 

1 l.-tO 104 


$5.86 


$7.25 
5.50 


S3. 53 1 
10.00 
73.30 
4.00 


$1.81 
10.00 
7.61 
'2.00 




$5.34 


Betnel 


J. H. Farthing.. 




$2.00 
3.40 


35.11 
88 81 




J. F. Eller 




38 48 

175 66 


6.00 




W. M. Cannon 

J. H. Fanning 

J. M. Pavne 


4 










15 54 86 
3 IsO 66 


52.34 


2.66 


7.19 
2.70 
22.18 
1.25 
1.00 


41.44 
5.00 






103. 63 








7.70 








UK 79 

ill 44 

30 44 
72 59 
68 56 

31 4j 
140 120 

5/ 46 
Sill 152 






7.65 
1.50 
2.00 




29.83 




J. M. Payne 

C S. Farthing 


2 








3.75 


Clarks Creek... 








3.00 


Elk Knob 


W. H. Michael 


7 
8 






1.59 




1.59 


Elk Valley 


G. W. Trivett 












Fall Creek 











7.00 
5.65 
2 00 




7.00 




J. F. Eller-... 




.50 
1.05 

9.40 
2.00 




13.59 

1.00 


12.00 

.50 


31.24 


Flat Springs 






4.00 


P. H. Haire 




1.05 
.70 
7.62 
2.42 
9.62 
4.00 
2.02 
5.50 
3.10 
15.30 
1.45 
2.50 
2.00 
5.00 




2.10 




1.. C. Wilson 

.1. M. Pavne- 


5 


79 35. 




1.24 

6.00 

2.70 

9.65 

3.00 




1.94 


Laurel Springs 


12 IsO 124 
6 142 60 

27 11 




23.02 


I.. A. Wilson 

J. F. Eller 




7.12 


Mt. Calvary 




19.27 


J. F. Eller 




80 59 
75 46 _ 










7.00 




L. C. Wilson 


1 










2.02 


Middle Fork 


J. M. Pavne 


lj 60 71 

29 142 96 

8 167 76 

1 66 81 

1 130 59 

...- 36 41 . 

121 16 

5 53 S3 

5 146 11 


1.30 

1.00 

3.66 

1.30 

.58 


1.30 

1.00 

1.10 
2.25 


2.00 

2.58 

4.07 

1.00 

1.75 






10.10 








5.68 




G. W. Trivett 

L. C. Wilson 

L. A. Wilson 

C. S. Farthing 

I. C. Miller.... 

J. F. Eller 

L. A. Wilson 






19.37 


Rich Mountain 

South Fork 




1.00 


5.45 
4.25 


Shulls Mills 








3.10 




3.38 
8.68 
1.40 
4.41 








13.63 


Timbered Ridge 


7.22 
3 24 
5. 
1.00 




2.08 


19.28 
5.22 








169 70 
56 






9.41 


Zion Hill 


C. S. Farthing 












1.00 




J. F. Davis 




44 102 

75 89 _ 


















Sampson 


N. S. Hampton . 







































Total 


155 3335 2425 


78.33 


21. 03 


189.90 


173.99 20.98 


484. 26 























TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY. 





J. W. Briggs 

(J. R. Owen) 


6 124 94 2.55 




2.98 






5.53 




23 20J 135 26.80 77.04 26.85 
72 65 








130. 69 


Carrs Hill 


A. J. Mauley 

A. S. Whitmire 

I \1. Jordan 










Carson Creek 


5 67 67 










133 6$ 20.00 1.50 




8.00 
1.00 






29.50 






5 110 55 






1.00 




T. C. Holsclaw 

J. W. Brings 


8 72 55 5.00 






5.00 




1411 60 1.75 .85 2.60 




10.00 
8.22 
4.00 




15.20 


Glady Branch 




92 88 1.00*17.72 2.00 




29.94 


.1. W Briggs 


11 15S 98 3.35 4.78 5.00 




17.13 






125 55 1.20 2.00 




3.20 


New Prospect 




22 2.00 1.00... 






3.00 


A. .1. Manlev-.- 


5 121 72 10.00 5.00 3.40 

52 50 1.00 1.00 


10.39 






28.79 


Pleasant Hill 






2.00 


Rockv Hill 


F. M. Jordan.. _. 






















1.25 


Toxaway 

Zion 


J. M Powell 


122 1.00 


2.00 
1.00 






3.00 




9 98 99 1.00 






2.00 


•Blue Ri l"e 
















•( iladys Fork 



































































Total 


8421181367 57.65111.89 41.10 ! 47.59 1 


258. 23 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



97 



TUCKASEIGEE. 



Churches. 



Balsam Grove 

Big Ridge 

Buff Creek 

Balsam 

Barker's Creek 

Cullowhee 

Cedar 

Dillsboro... - 

Dick's Creek 

East Fork 

John's Creek 

Locust Field 

Mt. Pleasant 

Ochre Hill 

New Savannah ... 

Syha 

Speedwell 

Savannah 

Scott's Creek 

Sol's Creek 

Shoal Creek 

Tuckaseigee 

Webster 

Wilmot 

Zion Hill 

Yellow Mountain 
Wolf Creek 



Pastors. 



.— i o — 

So 

fllj| 

*- s- ft) w - 

e. 3— =«- 

pq u 'as 



W. F. 
J. H. 
J. T. 
A. L. 
A. C. 
P. T. 
J. H. 
P. T. 
M. A, 
T. F. 



Cook 

Owen 

Carson 

Beck 

Bryson 

McAfee 

Owen 

McAfee 

Norman.. 
Arrington. 



R. L. Cook ... 
J. T. Carson.. 
J. T. Carson.. 

J. S. Sitton 

E. N. Thorne. 
P. T. McAfee.. 
T. D. Watson. 
J. T. Carson.. 
R. L. Cook.... 
A. C. Queen... 
A. C. Queen... 
L. W. Hooper. 
P. T. McAfee.. 
J. D. Watson.. 
J. D. Hudson. 
J. H. Owen.... 



Total. 



64 2187 



56 



"5 C3 C 

03 o S 
2 m ■- 



85. 00 



1.00 



1.00 
11.90 



3.00 



2.50 
3.00 



1206 27.40 



.?2. 00 



3.00 



8.50 
1.00 
16.60 



35.00 
3.00 



99.91 



S2.75 
2.05 



3.10 
~5~66 
"i.~38 



2.50 
4.25 
1.00 
4.50 



4.00 



2.50 



36.58 



Kb 
>..2 



SI. 00 



2.75 
2.20 
1.75 
4.15 
.66 
7.00 



1.39 
3.25 



2.50 
4.25 
1.75 
14.76 
1.00 



10.00 
2.10 
2.15 



5.00 
3.50 



— o 
2s 






UNION. 





E. C. Snider 


8 
3 

ll 

8 


93 
96 
66 
114 
32 
53 
58 
167 
82 
90 
137 
64 
81 
242 
315 
188 
322 
83 
102 
269 
149 
117 
54 


76 
67 
30 
70 

"36 
44 

101 
43 
28 
56 
81 
73 

176 

394 
72 

269 
50 
50 

137 
44 

122 
24 


2.00 
4.00 
10.00 
6.00 
5.00 
3.00 
3.00 
12.00 
6.00 
2.50 
10.48 
15.00 
5.00 
74.11 
52.40 
17.63 
183. 58 
2.00 
8.45 
25.00 
4.10 
8.00 


2.00 
4.00 
7.30 
6.00 
4.00 
3.00 
2.50 
6.00 
5.00 
4.00 
6.90 
10.00 
4.00 
60. 33 
81.80 
13.10 
193. 25 
2.00 
4.01 
23.00 
2.00 
7.50 


3.00 




2.00 
5.00 
9.00 
12.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
15.00 
5.00 
10.70 
11.05 
31.00 
8.00 
100.49 
79.98 
15.85 
190. 13 
5.00 
8.00 
32.00 
6.00 
7.50 


1.90 

2.00 


2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 

2.00 


11.00 






5.00- - 


20.90 


Bethel 


M. D. L. Preslar 

H. G. Bryant 


9.00 
7.00 
5.00 
4.00 
3.20 
10.00 
5.00 
4.24 
10.00 
17.25 
8.00 
104. 30 
79.38 
17.00 
273. 85 
4.00 
14.30 
112.00 
5.00 
2.00 


10.00 


37.30 
36.00 


Deep Springs 


E. C. Snider 


21.00 




17.00 




J. G. Gulledge 




13.70 


Faulks 


A. C. Davis 




11.90 


4.80 
3.00 


59.70 


Hermon 


W. F. Estridge 


1 
1 

10 


24.00 
21.44 


Hopewell 


M. D. L. Preslar 

W. F. Estridge 


13.64 
2.40 
4.36 

40.57 


3.10 
5.00 
2.00 
12.50 
14.82 
3.01 

1.00 
1.50 


41.53 
77.25 




M. D. L. Preslar 




27.00 






10 
18 

4 
31 

1 
20 

3 
18 

5 


365. 37 






310.78 


Mill Creek 


M. D. L. Preslar 

B. Craige 


70.95 
891.38 




H. G. Bryant 


14.00 


Mt. Olive 




36.26 




J. E. M. Davenport .. 


192. 00 




.65 


2.00 
1.00 


19.10 






26.65 
































R. H. James 


2 

14 

8 
6 
4 
3 
2 


56 
101 
141 
167 
125 

68 
111 


81 
65 
55 
35 
60 
34 
75 




















5.06 
7.00 
7.00 
4.00 
1.61 
2.75 


5.00 
7.00 
7.00 
3.00 
.71 
2.00 


7.00 
8.00 
20.00 
5.00 
2.40 
3.00 




11.59 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
1.87 
6.00 


1.00 
1.00 


1.41 

4.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 


30.06 




G. O. Wilhoit 


33.00 






48.00 


Pleasant Hill 




19.00 




R. M. Hagler 


7.59 


Sandy Ridge 


M. D. L. Preslar 


15.25 



98 



N. C. BAPTIST STATE COXVENTION. 



UNION— Continued. 



Churches. 



Pastors. 



K U dd ffl 














c 


o 


— o 


e 






a 3 


S 




-3 


HH 


o 



Sardis 

ShUoh.... 

Union 

Waxhaw. 



70 50 $5.00 S5.00 $5.00 $1.00 $16.00 

3 158 63 $6.00 5.65 10.02 8.11 $4. 71 _ 34.49 

.. 4 119 80 18.00 18.00 18.00 23.75 4.90 82.65 

6 135 63 2.10 14.00 21.00 37.10 

Total I 21841252706 512.77505.05 794.94$10.00 670.02 84.13 80.54 2,657.45 



R. M. Hagler. 

A. Marsh 

A. C. Davis... 
R. H. James.. 







WEST BUNCOMBE. 










W. N. Martin.. 


7 
7 


77 43... 

84 65 

126 SO 

27 50 

27 60 

77 50. 


1.00 


3.00 






W. T. McFalls 


3.00 




10.25 


11.25 


Round Hill 


T. D. Lanning.. 


1 


2.00 


2.00 




1.70 

3.00 


1.70 


Zion Hill 


W. T. McFalls 


7 
22 


3.00 










Total 


418 348 


1.00 


19.95 


20.95 











WEST CHOWAN. 



Ahoskie — 


M. A. Adams 


27 


434 204 


100.00 58.13 


92.58 


128.54 


25.00 


5.00 


409. 25 


AULANDER.- 


R. L. Gay 


19 


330 111 


12.5. 25 137. 12 


133.71 


115.00 


25.59 


20.70 


557.37 


UAshley's Grove 


D. Cale 


7 


124 109 


25.60 11.90 


18.25 


5.70 




2.72 


64.17 


Bethlehem 


J. D. Bruner 




184 80 


60.00 22.00 


55.00 


60.00 


22.00 


5.00 


224.00 


Bethany... 


M. A. Adams. _ 


31 


269 133 


25.00 20.00 


25.00 


5.65 


5.00 


5.00 


85.65 


Brantley's Grove 


S. B. Barnes. - 


9 


192 175 


25.00 25.00 


25.00 


11.44 


5.00 


5.00 


96.44 


Buckhorn 


J. H. Poteat 




260 144 


160.36 66.15 


150.48. 


175.01 


25.00 


27.12 


604.12 


Capehart's 


T. T. Speight 


1 


314 100 


61.00 25.00 


67.35 


23.97 


6.00 


5.00 


188.32 


Cashie 


Q. C. Davis 


27 


315 133 


100.00 33.53 


100.00 


194. IS 


20.00 


5.00 


641.03 


Center Grove_-_ 


S. B. Barnes 


5 


17.5 7> 


41.00 20.00 


31.00 _ 


59.00 


8.00 


7.00 


166.00 


Chowan 


A. C. Sherwood 


6 127 88 


154. 70 106. 00 


110.00 5.71 


242. 25 


35.00 


10.00 


663. 66 


Christian Harbor 


F. A. Clark 


9 171 99 


30.00 25.00 


30.00 


47.06 


5.00 


5.00 


. 142.06 


Coleraine 


F.A.Clark 


8 381 166 


75.97 40.05 


93.19 4.37 


90.18 


17.70 


10.00 


331.46 


Connaritsa 


T. T. Speight 


317 85 


32.50 25.00 


30.00 


66.40 


10.00 


5.00 


168. 90 




D. Cale 


3 145 14n 


10.00 20.00 


20.00 


18.00 






68.00 




W. B. Waff. 


9 172 90 


39.00 27.80 


50.00 


38.77 


10.00 


5.00 


170.57 


Elam 


J. A. Speight 


44 


356 141 


22.50 15.00 


25.00 5.00 


77.71 


7.00 


3.00 


15.5. 21 




D. Cale 


10 


325 100 


25.00 16.00 


25.00 






5.00 


71.00 


Green"s X Roads 


M. A. Adams 


12 


254 102 


27.75 15.00 


22.00 2.65 


14.80 


3.00 


2.00 


S7.20 


Harrellsville 


F. A. Clark 


5 


152 54 


62.16 29.00 


48.97 


41.50 


6.00 


5.00 


192. 63 


Hebron 


C. W. Scarborough 


l 


137 75 


28. 15 23. .50 


32. 60 6. 42 


51.00 




5.00 


146. 67 


Hillside 


Q. C. Davis 


4 

1 


90.... 
152 74 
67 59 


10. 00 5. 00 
43.64 27.20 
12. 00 8. 00 


8.00 

37.55 

8.00 


10.00 
20.25 


1.00 
10.00 
3.00 


2.00 
6.00 
2.00 


36.00 


Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 


W. B. Waff. 


144.64 


S. B. Barnes 


33.00 


A. Cree 

T. T. Speight. 


3 
20 


88 52 
183 75 


25.00 27.85 
50.00 49. SO 


23.00 

48. 75 2. 00 


25.92 
71.61 


5.01 
7.00 


6.50 
5.00 


113.28 


Kelford 


233. 86 




D. Cale 

S. B. Barnes 


3 

19 


129 120 

2S3 24.5 


15.00 10.00 
35.00 15.00 


12.00 

35.00 


43. 54 
21.74 


3.00 
6.00 


2.50 
5.00 


86.04 


Lawrence's 


107. 74 


Lewiston... 


J. F. Cale 


5 


225 150 


52.53 29.04 


44.50 


63.50 


10.00 


10.10 


209. 37 


Margarettsville 


W. B. Waff.. 


7 


57 69 


In. 70 17.66 


24.4 5 1.00 


20.30 


6.00 


4.00 


92.09 


Mars Hill 


A. T. Howell 


3 


444 239 


66.10 45.00 


102.25 


95.52 


15.00 


11.00 


334. 87 


Meherrin - 


r. p. scott 




370 94 


42.70 38.11 


50.43 


31.85 


13.00 


5.00 


1S1.09 


Mt. Carmel 


J. F. Cale 


i 


212 84 


33.51 21.97 


38. 67 2. 32 


30.70 


6.00 


3.00 


136. 17 


Mt. Tabor 


A. T. Howell 


3 


282 108 


51.09 116.79 


61.00 


135. 26 


10.00 


6.92 


381.06 


M urfreesboro 


A. T. Howell 


fi 


111 140 


51.45 55.35 


55. 66 2. 57 


56.30 


15.00 


5.00 


241.31 


Menola 


C. W. Scarborough 


7 


78 77 


20.00 15.00 


15.00 


36.00 


6.00 


3.00 


95.00 






















Oak Grove.. 


M. A. Adams 


5 


131 74 


21.38 26.12 


24.45 


10.00 


7.00 


2.50 


91.45 


Pine Forest... 


A. Cree 


1 


54.... 


15.00 3.09 


4.16 








22.25 




A. T. Howell .. 


13 

5 


252 132 


116.73 68.11 
35.00 20.00 


43.00 

35. 00 


153.64 

35. 28 


17.00 
10.00 


5.00 
5.00 


22. 25 


Pleasant Grove 


C. W. Scarborough 


140. 28 


Republican 

Rich Square 






40.i 172 
184 168 


41.05 31.05 
30.00 35.95 


39.50 

36.72 


86.75 
60.00 


7.00 
10.00 


11.60 


205. 33 


.1 F. Hale 




184.27 



ASSOCIATION AL STATISTICS. 



99 



WEST CHOWAN— Continued. 



Churches. 


Pastors. 


1 
a 

03 


a 
3 

o S 

o 


° a 
«s 6 

T3 03 

GQ 


03 

a 

o 

™ O m 


a 

o 

§! 

w 


n 

a 
d.2 
.£P8> 
£g 
o« 
fa 


o 
o 
J3 . 

m 3 
>>.2 

oj a> 

■a .2 

§s 

TO 


o> 
Sg 

03 
13 
03 

a 

Eh 

o 


a 
_ o 
o3 J3 

" OJ 

e> o 

m => 

.Sw 


<n 

u 

01 

a 

i 

0> 

<! 


"oa 

o 
H 




J. F. Cale 


8 
3 
4 
15 
29 
2 
7 
2 
6 
3 


101 
61 
278 
821 
371 
151 
111 
154 
168 
168 
179 
153 


87 
58 
100 
152 
235 
67 
31 
148 
103 
106 
91 
106 


$10.00 
2.50 
76.71 
50.00 
43.19 
22.00 
5.00 
54.51 
20.00 
75.00 
54.69 
68.97 


$7.00 
2.50 
45.38 
25.00 
34.11 
12.00 
2.50 
46.11 
10.00 
70.00 
35.26 
48.55 


$10. 00 
3.00 
86.72 
35.00 
41.52 
16,00 
2.50 
86.68 
25.00 
79.00 
41.90 
53.35 




$16. 76 


$2.00 


$3.20 


$48. 96 




Q. C. Davis _. 


8.00 




J. H. Poteat... 


$4.26 
3.19 

3.47 


82.93 
10.75 
83.04 
30.00 
13.00 

118.85 
3.00 
75.00 
16.73 

105. 79 


17.00 
6.00 


5.22 
5.00 


313.96 


Ross's 


J. A. Speight 

J. F. Cale 


131.75 

206.12 






5.00 


4.00 


89.00 




W. F. Cale 


23.00 




W. B. Waff 


4.00 
4.00 
20.00 
26.40 
8.00 


5.00 

8.00 

.50 

3.00 


318.34 


St. John's . _ 


D. Cale.... 


70.00 


Union __ 


A. C. Sherwood 

T. L. Brown 


319.50 
174.98 


Woodland 


C. W. Scarborough. . 


5 


291.13 


Total 


429 


11928 


5905 


2, 499. 35 1765. 38 

! 


2,412.87 


42.96 


3, 030. 17 


494. 30 276. 98 

1 


10522. 01 










- 





WESTERN 


NORTH CAROLINA. 














T. F. Deitz 


27 


169 
40 
95 
41 
76 

254 
64 
46 
50 
43 
45 

212 
45 

126 
59 

150 
43 
66 
20 
57 
44 

116 


161 
30 
92 
65 
45 
91 
45 
79 
55 
35 
42 

160 
60 
65 
32 
80 
52 
76 
53 
35 
71 

170 


12.00 
2.15 

16.15 

1.00 
1.00 
2.00 
5.00 
1.21 

20.00 
1.00 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 


10.00 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
3.00 
2.00 
.75 


10.00 
1.00 




5.00 

.72 






37.00 


Bethel 


J. T. Piatt 




.25 


5.62 




G. J. Deweese 

T. C. Camp 


1 


1.00 














1.00 




J. T. Piatt 


17 
1 
1 


4.40 




6.50 
1.50 






30.05 




H. C. Whitaker 

C. F. Martin. __ 

L. W. Duvall. . 






3.50 




2.00 




5.85 




9.60 








1.00 




C. F. Martin 




1.00 
5.00 
1.90 
3.68 
10.00 
1.00 
1.00 
3.00 
1.00 
1.00 


1.00 
5.00 
1.27 
2.50 
10.00 




2.00 
1.47 
1.22 




.65 


6.65 






2 
1 


16.47 


Mt. Pisgah 


J. T. Piatt 




.54 


5.60 




Wm. Pruett . 


6.18 










15.00 
.90 






65.00 




A. S. Solesbee 

E. G. Ledford 

J. T. Piatt 


6 
16 

8 






2.90 












1.00 




2.50 
1.00 




7.56 






15.06 




J. C. Burrell . 






3.00 


Red Marble 


H. C. Whitaker 
John Stansbury.. .. 

A. S. Solesbee. 

Garl Ledford 

H. C. Whitaker 


2 

11 
2 
24 










2.00 




1.00 
1.22 




.60 






1.60 




1.00 

.75 


1.00 
.75 






2.22 












1.00 














1.50 


* 














Totals 


119 


1,861 


1564 


67.36 


49.58 


42.89 




42.47 


5.85 


1.44 


209. 59 









•Five churches unreported. 



WILMINGTON. 



Atkinson 


W. B. Rivenbark... . 
J. H. Beck 


8 


121 
125 
59 
151 
125 
100 
87 
79 
76 
98 
49 
50 
104 
102 
108 
87 
53 
53 


110 
50 
31 
60 

150 
61 
90 
37 
56 
53 
65 
52 
26 

"46 
82 
37 
46 


14.75 
16.00 


12.44 
5.00 


17.65 
16.00 


5.00 
2.00 


12.11 
15.00 


3.00 
3.00 


3.00 
5.00 


67.95 
62.00 




R. M. Hilburn 


4 






10.00 
40.34 
10.00 


10.00 
10.00 
5.00 


16. 66 

60.00 
3.43 


2.00 
2.00 
2.00 


12.80 
20.36 
10.00 


2.20 
7.50 
6.00 


5.00 
5.00 


52.00 




R. E. Peele 


5 


145.20 




J. C. Mizzell 


36.43 












F. A. Liles 




12.50 
5.00 
5.00 


8.50 
5.00 
4.00 


7.50 
5.00 
5.00 


4.00 
1.00 


12.00 
5.00 
5.00 


5.66 
2.00 


2.50 
1.05 

2.00 


52.00 




A. C. Chaffin 




22.05 


Haw Bluff 






23.00 












F. A. Liles 


5 


24.66 
3.25 

10.00 
3.00 
3.87 
5.00 
1.00 


11.55 
7.16 
5.00 
2.40 

2.50 
2.25 


21.31 
12.00 
10.00 
7.48 
4.19 
5.00 
1.00 


3.50 

1. 66 

1.00 


33.04 
5.52 

15.00 
3.27 

17.32 
7.50 
1 50 






93.40 




A. C. Chaffin 


3.00 
1.00 


5.00 
2.00 


35.93 




J. D. Hocutt 




44.00 


Mt. Holly 


R. C. Sandling... 




16.15 




D. J. Hocutt 

D. J. Hocutt 

J. H. Beck 


2 
2 


1.00 
1.00 


1.17 
1.00 
1.00 


26.55 


Olivet 

Caswell 


22.00 
8.75 



100 



N. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 





WILMINGTON 


-Continued. 














Churches. 


Pastors. 


o5 
1 
a 

03 
« 


d 
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ja — 

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State and 
Associational 
Missions. 


w 

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a 

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a 
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Providence 


J. H. Beck. . 




23 
47 
52 
136 
154 
190 
117 
38 
242 
99 

891 
332 

344 


"87 
45 
35 
154 
121 

""56 
80 
83 

601 
220 
154 
45 

80 


$.35 

2.00 

1.00 

10.00 

35.00 

30.50 

6.00 

3.00 

15.00 

12.00 

931.74 

50.00 

40.00 

5.00 

8.65 


$.40 


■S.35 




$.50 

6.00 






$1.60 


Salem 


J. H. Beck 


6 


82 5n 


$2.00 
.50 
2.00 
5.00 
8.43 


12.50 


Salt Marsh 




3.00 
2.00 
10.00 
29.71 
4.00 
3.00 
10.00 
9.60 

272. 06 

50.00 

20.00 

5.00 

3.50 


1.00 
25.00 
10.00 
21.42 
5.00 
5.00 
58.56 
14.60 

523. 14 

58.00 

40.00 

5.00 

31.00 


SI. 00 

2.00 

10.00 





3.00 
1.00 

5.00 
5.00 

2.70 


1.00 

10.00 1.00 
30. 00 5. 00 

38.01 14.86 


6.50 


Shiloh 






51.00 


Teachey 

Wallace 


W. B. Rivenbark 

R. E. Peele 


3 


97.00 
152.93 








6.00 
5.00 




21.00 




R. C. Sandling 






1.00 
10.00 
3.00 

25.00 
5.00 
2.00 
2.00 


17.00 


Well's Chapel 


A. C. Chaffin.. 


1 


43. 05 1 5.00 
12.00 

186. 76 150. 00 
200.00 20.00 
67. 66 5. 82 
5.00 


144.61 


Willard- 




52.20 


Wilmington — 

First 

Brooklyn 

South Side 


J. H. Foster 

C. F. Whitlock 


49 
12 
48 


2, 063. 70 
408. 00 
235. 86 






8| 42 
9 122 


22.00 




A. C. Chaffin 


10.00 


2.00 


59.85 








21 
16 
19 




















































Total .__ 


162 4512 2813 


1, 313. 95 


512.47 


983. 63 


53.20 


796. 40 240. £8 


99.65 


4,000.18 



















YADKIN. 





R. P. Coram 

T. A. Caudle.. 

V. M. Swaim 

G. F. Hoaue 

R. P. Coram 

J. T. Kirk 

C. H. Utley... 


10 
1 

28 
8 
4 
6 
3 


116 

88 
219 
187 

99 
129 
135 


110 
45 

157 
90 
83 
98 

108 


3.00 

1 
25.00 
5.50 
5.00 
8.00 
8.57| 


3.00 
2.50 
15.00 
2.67 
5.00 
8.00 
5.70 


3.00 

3.00 

20.00 

10.00 

5.00 

8.00 

5.35 2.23 


4.00 

7.50 

12.87 5.00 
12.55 

5.00 


1.00 
1.00 
8.00 
3.19 


14.00 


Bear Creek 

Boonville 


14.00 
105. 87 
33.91 




20.00 


Enon_. 

East Bend 


18.00 

50.61! 4.00 

! 


2.50 


44.50 
76.46 






8 
9 
14 
11 
3 
4 


144 

194 
66 
84 
51 
37 


. 76 
98 
60 
37 
94 
58 


5.70 

12.00 

1.10 


6.80 
5.00 




7.00! 


1.00 


20.50 






6.00 


23.00 




S. S. May... 




1.62 . 




4.03 




W. V. Brown 


3.50... 




3.50 




W. T. Comer 


2.00 
1.25 


2.35 
1.00 


1.00 

.60 


6.83| 

1.25 


1.00 
.50 


14.18 




W. V. Brown 


4.60 




W. T. Comer.. _ 




Oak Ridge 


T. C. Myers 


7 


100 


75 


3.00 


2.00 




15.00 


1.00 


21.00 












J. W. Bryant.. 

W. B. Brown 


10 
2 
6 
4 


223 
101 
218 
118 
38 
57 
58 


68 
50 
90 
56 

42 
101 
59 


1.00 
7.00 


2.00 
4.50 


2.00 






5.00 




5.00 

5.00 

2.00 

2.53 

5.00 

3.00 


5.66 

7.00 

2.00 

4.00 

15.00 

12.25 


3.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1. 
5.00 
1.00 


24.50 






13.00 




R. P. Coram 

T. C. Myers 


2.00 
1.00 
3.00 
3.00 


2.00 
1.00 
5.00 
2.00 


9.00 


West Bend 


8.53 


Yadkinville 


C. H. Utley... _. 

J. C. Styers 


12 

1 


30.00 


Yadkin Valley 


21.25 


Total 


151 


2462 


1C55 


97.12 


93.52 


87. 79: 2. 23 


190.981 9.00 


31.19 


511.84 







V AXCEY COUNTY. 














B. B. Riddle .. 




52 

182 
67 

87 

200 
164 
55 
134 


.:.. 


.50 
100. 00 
2.00 
2.00 
1.00 
15.00 
2.00 


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75.00 
5.00 
3.00 
4.50 
20.00 
3.00 


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1.50 


BURNSVILLE 






50.00 

2.00 


21.81 






246. 81 




B. B. Riddle... 


3 

1 
7 
4 






9.00 


Byrd's Chapel 


D. Miller 


2.00... 








7.00 


Brown's Creek 




3.50 

5.00 


12.25 






21.25 


Cane River 


E. D. Cox 






40.00 


Crabtree 


3.00 








8.00 




G. L. Ray.... 














Coffee Ridge. 


J. D. King.. 


20 






.47 




.76 






1.23 



ASSOCIATIONAL STATISTICS. 



101 







YANCEY- 


Continued. 














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4 


87____ 

166 

72 


$1.00 
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3.00 














$1.00 




B B Riddle 


$5.00 
2.00 












5.51 








$2.00 










7.00 


B. M. Davis 


1 

16 
1 


51 

126 
















Wood Hall 




3.00 
1.50 

2.00 


2.00 
3.50 


1.00 










6.00 




B B. Riddle 


168 

1031 




$10. 50 
3.04 




$3.27 


18.77 






2.00 


2.00 




9.04 




G L Ray 


13 
3 

10 


100 

62 
39 
42 
14 
49 
121 




2.00 1.00 






3.00 


Pleasant Valley 


C. C. Gregory 






2.25 
1.00 










2.25 


J. W. Hall 










1.00 






2.00 


Upper Shoal Creek. .. 
















B. B. Riddle ..- 






















Young's Chapel 


J W Hall 






















B. B. Riddle 






10.00 10.00 


4.65 










24.65 




















Total 


83 2243 2400 


143.51137.97 79.90 




49.36 




3.27 


414.01 








* 











•Approximation from 1909. 



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Sunday School Statistics in all Associations for Convention Year 
Ending November 30, 1910 



Associations. 


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37 
10 
37 
26 
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41 
38 
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25- 
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31 
22 
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50 
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31 
53 
32 
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37 " 
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34 
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27 
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19 
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35 
35 
32 
29 
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317 
1,575 
1,833 
836 
1,844 
3,441 
1,800 
2. 092 
3,904 
3,163 
4,350 
3,842 
2,768 
4,726 
10, 144 
2,855 
3.899 
1.042 
5,285 
3,013 
4,622 
2,056 
3,624 
7,678 
2,732 
2,476 
3,103 
2,761 
4,126 
3,219 
1,537 
7,452 
3, 978 
1,748 
1,548 

3. 772 
6,245 
4,652 
5.010 
6,462 
4, 434 
6,250 
6,166 
2. 755 
4.149 
3,012 
1,291 
1,177 
1,899 
7,240 
3,152 
3,335 
2,118 
2,187 

4, 125 
418 

11.92.S 
1,861 
4,512 
2 462 
2,243 


1,077 

302 
1,357 
1,232 

557 

901 
2,108 
1,162 
1,632 
4,599 
2,393 
2,451 
2,492 
2.046 
3,747 
6,580 
2,201 
2,743 

700 
2,878 
2,662 
2,746 
1,374 
2,796 
4,884 
2,281 
1.064 
2,438 
2.042 
4. 381 
2, 452 

980 
6,927 
4,038 
1,000 
1 430 
4.683 
6,206 
4,905 
5, 163 
5,823 
3,150 
3 948 
4.718 
1,987 
3,928 
2,088 
1.342 

693 
1,630 
4. 652 
2,078 
2,425 
1,367 
1,200 
2,706 

348 
5,905 
l 564 
2,813 
1,655 
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95 
30 

120 
108 
76 
85 
175 

133 

300 
187 
183 
175 
165 
245 
649 
175 
243 

60 
260 
150 
261 

78 
216 
292 
170 

85 
163 
160 
224 
160 

98 
465 
401 
105 
109 
260 
415 
290 
386 
397 
266 
302 
340 
190 
276 
175 

80 

50 
143 
385 
187 
200 

99 
110 
224 

36 
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144 
234 
153 
155 






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3 
12 
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5 
6 
8 
15 
9 
9 
6 
9 
8 
12 
6 
9 

4 
9 

11 
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14 

7 
4 
4 
5 
11 
12 
4 
22 
27 

7 
19 
19 
14 
28 
10 
10 
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118 


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27 
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20 
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60 






65 






74 




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25 
16 
21 
14 
25 
30 
19 


43.98 
15.42 


54 




88 




59 






67 


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74 
64 




83 






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3 
2 
2 
10 

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19 
11 
18 
13 
10 
34 
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79 

74 


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47.31 


106 
76 


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Mt. Zion..... 


25.55 
304.19 
153. 58 


64 
93 
101 




61 




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30 
26 
25 
43 
55 
25 
21 
33 
23 
26 
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5 
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9 
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53.88 


92 


Pied mont 


124 
100 


Raleigh 

Roanoke 

Robeson 


161.00 
147. 19 
139. 75 
23. 05 
4.60 
50.27 
34.00 


106 
103 
90 
71 


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63 
77 




72 




95 






69 






104 




7.98 


59 


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86 




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3.00 


64 


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73 






65 






55 




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15 


10.00 


66 




81 


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1 


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29 
10 


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50 

84 


Wilmington 


53. 20 
2.23 


62 

67 




91 










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1,904 


1,809 


221.518 


166, 636 


13,059 


119 


l,065t 


2.001.87 


505 


75 



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108 N. 0. BAPTIST 8TATE CONVENTION. 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION. 

Embracing Woman's Missionary Societies, Young Women's Auxil- 
iaries, Sunbeams, and Eoyal Ambassadors. 

No, of Contri- 
Societies. butions. 

Alexander 

Alleghany-Grayson 

Ashe 

*Beulah — Miss Mary Yarborough, Semora 

Bladen — Mrs. S. D. Singletary, Bladenboro 

Brier Creek 

Brunswick — Mrs. David Ward, Suburb 

Brushy Mountain — Mrs. J. W. Garvey, N. Wilkesboro 

Buncombe — Miss E. A. Draughan, Asheville 

Caldwell 

Cape Fear-Columbus 

'Carolina — Mrs. Joe S. Lane, Hendersonville 

*Catawba River — Mrs. J. Ernest Erwin, Morganton.. 

♦Central— Mrs. H. C. Moore, Raleigh 

•Chowan — Mrs. Blanche B. Ferebee, Belcross 

Cumberland — Mrs. D. C. Rogers, Hope Mills 

Eastern — Miss Macey Cox, Magnolia 

Elkin 

Flat River — Miss Sue Kelly. Henderson, No. 3 

French Broad — Mrs. M. G. Hudgins, Marshall 

Green River — Mrs. J. A. Grayson, Rutherfordton. . . . 

Haywood— Mrs. W. II. Woodall, Clyde 

Johnston — Mrs. Ashley Home, Clayton 

King's Mountain — Mrs. William Archer, Shelby 

Liberty — Mrs. P. S. Vann, Lexington 

Liberty-Ducktown 

♦Little River— Miss Lottie Link, Dunn, No. 3 22 367.93 

Macon 

* Mecklenburg-Cabarrus — Mrs. J. D. Withers, Char- 
lotte, No. 12 

Mitchell — Mrs. Lucretia Young, Ledger 

Montgomery — Mrs. L. M. Russell, Troy 

Mount Zion — Mrs. C. L. Haywood, Durham 

Neuse-Atlantic — Mrs. H. L. Grant, Goldsboro 

New Found — Mrs. J. M. Frisbee, Leicester, No. 2. . . . 

Pee Dee — Mrs. T. B. Henry, Wadesboro 

Piedmont — Mrs. W. R. Stone, Greensboro 

Pilot Mountain — Mrs. Harvey S. Crist, Winston-Salem 
Raleigh — Mrs. E. L. Middleton, Cary 



7 


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24 


120.18 


8 


188.49 


17 


1,587.06 


5 


47.31 


9 


208.94 


11 


79.54 


4 


61.65 


35 


1,993.86 


43 


1,237.50 


18 


183.16 


32 


610.53 


33 


908.85 


9 


364.82 


14 


311.45 


7 


126.43 


25 


382.S0 


30 


630.38 


13 


442.29 



24 


1,464.56 


4 


127.40 


7 


89.69 


52 


2,568.57 


42 


1,299.56 


o 




29 


647.45 


31 


1,798.08 


31 


745.93 


38 


1,291.07 



WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION. 109 

No. of Contri- 
Societies, butions. 

Roanoke— Mrs. Justus Everett, Greenville 44 $1,433.97 

Robeson— Mrs. R. D. Caldwell, Lumberton 60 1,804.65 

Sandy Creek— Mrs. R. B. Lineberry, Manndale 30 495.37 

•Sandy Run— Mrs. A. H. McDaniel, Forest City 23 593.78 

South Fork — Mrs. Beeler Moore, Gastonia 29 1,000.94 

South River— Mrs. S. A. Howard, Salemburg 51 413.53 

South Yadkin — Miss Maude Wilson, Statesville 

Surry : ■ • ■ 

Stone Mountain— Mrs. T. C. Myers, New Life 

Stony Fork 

Stanly 

Tar River— Miss Sallie Allen, Macon, No. 3 43 707.28 



23 443.02 

1 12.70 



7 



4 37.83 



Tennessee River 

Three Forks 

Transylvania— Mrs. W. H. Duckworth, Brevard 13.30 

Tuckaseigee— Mrs. W. E. Gaillard, Sylva 5 14.77 

U n i on _Mrs. F. B. Ashcraft, Monroe 16 521.35 

W. Chowan— Miss Elizabeth Parker, Woodland, No. 1 75 1,693.79 

Western North Carolina 15 - 10 

Wilmington— Mrs. G. A. Martin, Wilmington 32 657.09 

Yadkin 

Yancey 



1 11.60 

5 34.00 



*Elected since last annual meeting. 1,083 $30,002.16 

Officers, 1910-1911. 

President— Miss Fannie E. S. Heck, Raleigh. 

Vice-Presidents— Mrs. S. J. Everitt, Greenville; Mrs. R. W. Stone, 
Greensboro; Mrs. C. L. Haywood, Durham; Mrs. William Archer, 
Shelby ; Mrs. Livingston Johnson, Raleigh. 

Corresponding Secretary— Miss Elizabeth N. Briggs, Raleigh. 

Recording Secretary— Mrs. J. G. Boomhour, Raleigh. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Wesley N. Jones, Raleigh. 

Secretary Young Woman's Auxiliary— Mrs. J. Yates Killian, Newton. 

Editors— Mrs. Hight C. Moore, Raleigh; Miss Elizabeth Briggs, 
Raleigh; Mrs. J. Yates Killian, Newton. 

Members of Central Committee— Mrs. J. R. Barkley, Mrs. J. A. 
Briggs, Mrs. T. H. Briggs, Mrs. N. B. Broughton, Mrs. J. S. Farmer, 
Miss" Maud Reid, Mrs. W. C. Tyree, Mrs. Hight C. Moore, Mrs. A. J. 
Moncrief, Mrs. W. F. Marshall, Mrs. Jo. H. Weathers. 



110 



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NORTH CAROLINA MISSIONARIES OF THE FOREIGN MISSION 
BOARD OF THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

Name and Location. Date of Going Out. 

Britton, T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Britton, Mrs. T. C, Soochow, China 1888 

Bryan, R. T., Shanghai, China 1885 

Crocker, W. E., Chinkiang, China 1899 

Dozier, Mrs. C. K., Fuknoka, Japan 1906 

Greene, G. W., Canton, China 1891 

Greene, Mrs. G. W., Canton, China 1S91 

Lanneau, Miss Sophie, Soochow, China 1907 

Newton, W. C, Hwanghien, China 1903 

Owen, J. C, Pingtu, China 1S99 

Price, Miss Lottie, Shanghai, China 1894 

Tatum, E. F., Shanghai, China 1888 

Herring, D. W., Cheng Chow, China 1907 

Bryan, Miss Catharine, Yangchow, China 1908 

Justice, J. M., Buenos Ayres, Argentina 1908 

Abernethy, Miss Gertrude, Chefoo, China 1908 

Mclntyre, Miss Lila, Cheng Chow, China 1908 

Bowden, Miss Beulah, Saltillo, Mexico 1908 

Spainhour, Miss Lettie, Yangchow, China 1909 

Tipton, Mrs. W. II., Wuchow, China 1909 

Anderson, Mrs. P. H., China 1910 

Bostick, Rev. W. D., China 1910 

Bostick, Mrs. W. D., China 1910 

Cox, Miss Laura Virginia, Mexico 1910 

Leonard, Rev. C. A., China 1910 

Leonard, Mrs. C. A., China 1910 



NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS— SOUTHERN BAPTIST THEO- 
LOGICAL SEMINARY, LOUISVILLE, KY. 

M. D. Austin, H. W. Baucom, F. F. Brown, R. E. Brown, W. F. Cale, 
J. A. Clark, F. T. Collins, C. D. Creasman, W. A. Creason, J. M. Dun- 
can, J. B. Hipps, A. T. Howard, E. N. Johnson, W. O. Johnson, J. E. 
Kirk, O. R. Mangum, H. H. McMillan, J. A. McMillan, E. D. Poe, C. W. 
Reese, T. C. Singleton, Zeno Wall, J. B. Weatherspoon, G. C. Wilder, 
I. E. Wishart. 

Training School. — Miss Bessie Highsmith, Miss Myra J. Jordan, 
Miss Sue Kelly. 



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LIST OF ORDAINED MINISTERS 



Reported Pastors Marked Thus *. 
Reports from minutes are used. Many changes were made, and yet 
many errors exist. Many pastors are given one post-office in one asso- 
ciation and another in others in which he labors. When church clerks 
and associational clerks get the lists correct, we will then get a correct 
State list, and not until then. Any information leading to accuracy will 
be appreciated. If any minister's name fails to appear, I will be glad to 
insert it if information is given. If any one is enrolled who ought not 
to be there, let some one give this information, too. 



Adams, G. \V., Fair Plains. 
*Adams, J. Q., Charlotte. 
•Adams, M. A., Winterville. 

Adams, N. H., Rusk. 

Adams, J. J., Whiteville. 

Adams, J. Z., State Road. 

Adderton, W. S., Denton. 
*Alderman, J. 0., Tyner 1. 
"Alderman, J. M., Delway. 

* Alexander, M. P., Scaley. 
*Allison, A. O., Hendersonville. 
*Allison, E., Brevard. 
*Aman, D. F., Sloop Point. 

Amnions, John, Mars Hill. 
*Anderson, J. A., Biltmore. 
•Andrews, E. C, Plymouth. 

Annas, J. R. J., Saw Mills. 
*Anthonv, \Y. \\\, Whittier. 
*Anthony, P. A.. Mt. Olive. 

Arledi;'', T. \\\, Poor's Ford. 
•Arledge, J. B., Saluda. 
*Arnette, D. W., Haw River. 
*Arnette, J. M., Durham. 
*Arrington, J. H., Grapevine. 
*Arrington, T. P., Waj nesville. 
*Arrington, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

* Avery, \V. B., Morehead City. 
•Atkin-, 1!. ]•:.. Mbrrisville. 
•Atkinson, J. W., Neuse. 

Au-tin. I). M., Charlotte. 
*Austin, .1. H., Hamlet. 
•Austin, C. B., Spray. 

Avant, .John, Chadboum. 

*Bailey, J. D. Cowpens, S. C. 
•Bailey, L. .1.. Mar-liall. 

I'.;iin, C. A.. Dunn. 

Baker, T. J., L-umberton. 

Baker, W. H.. Murphy. 
h Baker, W. !•'.. Grassy Creek. 
•Ballard, W. S.. Rowland. 



*Ballard, J. M., Macpelah. 
*Bangle, L. A., Reepsville. 
*Bangle, P. W., Lincolnton. 

* Barker, M. H., Murphy. 

* Barker, J. N., Lomax. 
Barker, W. F., Grassy Creek. 

*Barnes, S. B., Ahoskie. 
"Barnes, K., Proctorville. 

Barnes, S. D., Boomer. 
*Barnett, John, Turtletown, Tenn. 
"Barrett, W. C, Durham. 
*Barrett, \V. A., Star. 
*Barr, W. L., Charlotte. 
*Bass, J. H., Republican Grove, 

Virginia. 
•Baucom, H. W., S. B. T. Sem'y. 
•Baucom, W. T., Wake Forest. 
*Beaeh, J. J., Gastonia. 
*Beach, W. R., Cary. 
•Beamer, W. H., Mt. Airy. 
"Beaver, C. E., Maiden. 
*Beaver, J. T., Burnsville. 
*Beck, A. L., Balsam. 

Beck, J. H. 
*Beeker, S. J., Spray. 

Benfield, J. G., Lenoir. 
*Bennett, S. W, Lincolnton. 
•Bennett, J. L., Wingate. 
•Bennett, James, Pilot Mt. 

Bennett, S. C, Morganton. 
tBetts, A. L., Winston-Salem. 

Betts, S. J., Raleigh. 
*Bible, D. L., Marshall. 
*Biggs, \V. 0., Elm City. 
•Bilbro, W. L.. Middlesex. 
•Binkley, -I. N., Hamptonville. 

Bingham, D. A.. Mulberry. 

I'.i\ en-, •). A. .Monroe. 

Blackburn, David, Rugby, Va. 

Blackburn, S.. Crumpler. 

Black, C. •!.. Big Lick. 



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*Blalock, J. C., Ledger. 
*Blalock, J. G., Weldon. 
*Blanchard, C. W., Wilson. 
•Blanchard, H. X., Greensboro. 

Bledsoe, T. H., Dobson. 
*Blankensbip, J. A., Indian Creek. 

Blankenship, James, Ivy Gap. 
*Blanton, J. C, King's Mountain. 
*Bledsoe, T. F., Cody. 

Blevins, C, New Life. 
*Blevins, J. C, Grassy Creek. 
*Bobbitt, Walter, Littleton. 
•Boniar, E. E., Charlotte. 

Boone, J. B., Estatoe. 
*Booth, J. H., Magnolia. 
•Bostick, W. M., Biscoe. 
*Bowen, J. D., Asheboro. 

Boyd, J. P., Morven. 
*Bradlej r , J. A., Beach. 
*Bradley, W. T.. Stocksville. 
•Bradley, W. L., Etna. 
tBradshaw, W. R., Hickory. 
•Bridges, S. A., Cliffside. 

Bridges, J. D. 
•Bridges, B. M., Mooresboro. 
•Bridges, D. P., Fairmont. 
*Briggs, Sheridan C. 
*Briggs, J. W., Fruitland. 
*Brisson, W. L., Richardson. 
•Brisson, W. M., Dublin. 
•Bristow, S. F., Elizabeth City. 
*Britt, W. L., Enfield. 
•Britt, P. T., Hope Mills. 
•Brooks, E. M., Norwood. 
*Brookshire, J. L., Flat Rock. 
JBrown, A. E., Asheville. 

Brown, T. K. Swannanoa. 

Brown, S. F., McGrady. 
"Brown, Asa, Riverside. 
*Brown, T. L., Gatesville. 

Brown, F. F., S. B. T. Seminary. 
*Brown, H. A.. Winston-Salem. 
•Brown, W. V., Cycle. 
"Bryant, J. W., Jonesville. 
•Bryant, H. G., Wingate. 

Bryson, A. C, Balsam. 
*Bryson, J. A., Funston. 

Buchanan, C. S., Green Creek. 

Buchanan, H. B., Glen Ayre. 
•Bullock, J. P., Chadbourn. 
*Bullock, C. B., Clarendon. 
*Buingarner, W. J., Taylorsville, 5. 

Bumgarner, W. O., Hudson. 
*Bumgarner, G. Z., Taylorsville. 

Bunn, D. T., Spring Hope. 
•Burkett, R. M., Tlieta. 

fAssistant to Corresponding Secretary. 
JSec. Mountain School Work, Home Board. 



*Burcham, G. M., Elkin. 

Burchfield, D. F., Tuskeegee. 
*Burchett, J. W., Knottsville. 
*Burger, G. F., Suit. 

Burrell. J. C, Hayesville. 
•Butler, A. A., Hertford. 
*Byrd, R. L., Tolarsville. 
•Byrum, J. T., Ramseur. 

*Caddell, J. C, Pinehurst. 
*Cade, Baylus, Shelby. 
*Cains, W. B., Chadbourn. 
•Caldwell, C. A., Henry. 
*Caldwell, M. R. N., Canton. 
*Cale, D., Potecasi. 
•Calhoun, T. J., Medlin. 
•Campbell, R. C. 

Campbell, Clifford, Hollis. 
•Campbell, J. A., Buie's Creek. 
"Campbell, Neal, Thaxton. 
•Cannon, W. M., Elk Park. 

Camp, T. C, Hayesville. 

Cape, C. M., Advance. 
•Carroll, R. D., Newton. 
•Carroll, J. R., Winterville. 

Carroll, S. T., Virgil. 
•Carrick, Thomas, High Point. 
•Carrick, J. Lee, Linwood. 
•Carlton, W. F., Wilkesboro. 
•Carlton, James T., Elkin. 
•Carson, J. T., Willetts. 
•Carter, E. T., Mt. Airy. 
"Carter, A. D., Garland. 
•Carter, F. B., Wolf Creek. 

Carter, I. M., Grassy Creek. 
•Carter, Henry, Garland. 
•Carter, H. J.', N. Wilkesboro. 
•Cashwell. C. S., Statesville. 
•Cashwell, R. N., Parkton. 

Cassidav, W. A., Hayesville. 
•Caudle, T. A., Cana. 

Caudle, T. J., Charlotte. 
•Caudill, R. E., Dockery. 
•Cauthon, K. W., Hendersonville. 
•Chaffin, A. C, Kerr. 
•Chambliss, T. W., Wadesboro. 
•Chaplain, Spencer, Eliza. City. 
•Cheek, C. W., Viands. 
•Chronister, H. B., Maiden. 
•Church, G. H., Morven. 
"Church, W. N., Summit. 

Church, J. W., Summit. 

Clark, D. J., Elizabethtown. 
•Clark, R. E., Apex, 4. 
"Clark, F. A., Swansboro. 
•Clark, David. (Ireensboro. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



Cleveland, E. J., Biltmore. 
*Clemmons, A. W., Supply. 
*Cobb, J. W., Rockingham. 
*Cobb, J. W., Lumber Bridge. 

Colev, J. D.. Newfound. 
*Cole^ E. D., Isabella, Term. 
*Cole, C. D., Hendersonville. 
•Coins, W. R., Chadbourn. 
*Combs, J. A., Charlotte. 
*Comer, W. T., Newcastle. 
*Conrad, S. F., Chailotte. 
•Conway, \V. W., Granite Falls. 

Cook, J. H., Casar. 
•Cook, B. L., Beta. 
•Cook, YV. N.. Saw Mills. 

Cook, W. F., Wolf .Mountain. 
*Cole, C. D., Hendersonville, 

Cope, C. M., Benham. 

Connor, G. YV., Bat Cave. 
•Corey, A., Washington. 
•Coppedge, G. YV., Henderson. 

Corn, J. P., Flat Bock, 2. 
•Corn, B. P., Hendersonville. 

Corn, X. YV., Flat Bock. 
•Cornsilk, A., Bobbinsville. 
•Cornwell, C. A. 
•Coram, R. P., Boonville. 
•Cothran, Grant, Chuckle. 

Cothran, T. J., Hayesville. 

Crabtree. A. W., Shelby. 
•Cox, E. D. 
"Craig, ti., Monroe. 
•Crater, A. A., Sunbury. 
"Creasman, W. B., Asheville. 

Creasman, C. D., S. B. T. Sem'ny. 
*Cree, A., Embro. 
•Creech, Worley, Kenly. 
•Crews, K. \\\. Germanton. 

Crisp, John, Lenoir. 
•Crisp, J. F., Durham. 
•Crisp, E. D., Lenoir. 
•Crisp, T. J.. Conetoe. 
•Croom, H. M., Old Fort. 

Crow, J. YV., Grapevine. 
•Crudup, Josiah, Rockingham. 
•Crutchfield, T. S., Statesville. 
•Cullom, YV. B., Wake Foiest. 
•Currant, J. M.. Buck Shoals. 

Cunningham, H. A., Swain. 

•Dailey, L. E., Columbia. 
•Davenport, J. E. M.. Matthews. 
•Davis, J. G., Wake Forest, 1. 
•Davis, M. P., E. Durham. 
•Davis, T. B., Morehead City. 
•Davis, A. C, Olive Branch. 
•Davis, A. W., Webster. 



•Davis, J. F., Boone. 
•Davis, B. Lee, Hiddenite. 
•Davis, B. M. 
•Davis, Q. C, Windsor. 

Davis, D. C, Cove Creek. 
•Davis, W. R., Advance. 
•Day, T. J., Warrensville. 

Day, F. N., Winston-Salem. 
•DeLoatch, B. F., Clinton. 

Deaton, YV., Carthage. 

Dennis, J. D., Fuquay Springs. 
•Devenny, J. V., Mooresville. 

Devin, R. I., Oxford. 

Deweese, E. A., Murphy. 
•Deweese, E. J., Ollie, Ga. 
•Deitz, T. F., Brvson City. 
•Dixon, L. B., Mt. Vernon 

Springs. 
•Dobson, J. H., Atkinson. 
•Dowell, G. J., Williamston. 
•Dowel), C. L., Carthage. 
•Drake, T. A., Hendersonville. 
•Duke, G. M., Mapleville. 

Duncan, J. W., Spruce Pine. 
•Duncan, J. M., Clinton. 
•Dunaway, A. B., Oxford. 
•Dunaway, J. M., Lumber Bridge. 
•Dunnigan, W. E., West Durham. 
•Durham, C. H., Lumberton. 

*Eatman. T. J., Plump. 
•Earlv, B. G., Beulahville. 

Ebletoft, T. YV. 

Edwarus, A. C, Leicester, 2. 
•Edwards, D. D., Cary. 
•Edwards, C. E., Belcross. 
"Edwards, J. B., Sanford. 

Edwards, YV. H., Siler City, 
•filler, George, Calahan. 
"Eller, J. B.. Wake Forest. 
*EHer, W. H., Greensboro. 

Eller, J. F., Vilas. 

Eller, A. J., YVilbon. 

Ellington, E. P., Wake Forest. 
•Elliott, Josiah, Hertford. 
•Ellis, J. A.. Wake Forest. 

Emery, C. M., Southern Pines. 
•Elsoni, P. G., Raleigh. 
•Ervin, C. M., Hickory. 
•Estridge, W. F., YVaxhaw. 
•Eudy, G. L., Bick Lick, No. 1. 

t Fanner, J. S., Baleigh. 
* Fart lung, C. S., Sugar Grove. 
•Faulkner, J. K., BuHalo Junc- 
tion, 2, Ya. 
•Farthing, J. H., Sweetwater. 



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•Felmet, C. F., Drayton, S. C. 

Felmet, J. P. 
•Ferguson, B. V., Leaksville. 

Ferguson, P. A., Chapel Hill. 
*Ferrebee, J. B., Elizabeth City. 
•Fiddler, F. L., High Point. 
•Fields, C. F., Elkin. 

Flanders, W. N., Hcndersonville. 
•Fleming, J. M., Lumberton. 
•Fontaine, P. H., Woodsdale, 2. 

Forester, J. S., N. Wilkesboro. 
•Foster, J. H., Wilmington. 

Foster, J. A., Glass. 

Fox, S. L., Vilas. 
•Fox, E. L., Clinton. 
•Fox, J. K., Granite Falls. 

Franklin, James, Houck. 

Franklin, R. K., Joynes. 
•Frazier, I. P., Wake Forest. 
•Freeman, A. J., Bladenboro. 
•Freeman, H. R., Uree. 
•Freeman, R. H. 
•Freeman, L. E. M., Raleigh. 
•Freeman, T. N., Swain. 
•Freeman, F. M., Bostic. 
•Frisbee, T. J., Spring Creek. 

Fulford, W. J., Raeford. 
•Fulbriglit, J. 0., Southport. 

Fuqua, S. W., Eagle Springs. 

•Gardner, T. M., Southern Pines. 
•Garner, R. N., Hunting Creek. 
•Gay, R. L., Aulander. 
•Gibbs, J. M., Fayetteville. 
•Gibbs, N. H., Benson. 
•Gibbs, J. A., Whittier. 
•Gillespie, J. C, Charlotte. 

Gilbert, R. M., Edneyville. 
•Glenn, J. T., Hemlock. 
•Glenn, W. H., Glenn. 
•Glidewell, C. W., Reidsville. 

Goforth, M. A., Asheville, 3. 

Goforth, S. S., Lovelace. 
•Gold, W. M., Ellenboro. 
•Goode, W. E., Leaksville. 
•Goode, J. M., Mooresboro. 

Goodin, A. H., New Hope. 
•Gordon, J. H., Virgilina, Va. 

Gosnel, G. W., Asheville, 4. 
•Gouge, J. A., Boonford. 

Gouge, D. A., Bandana. 

Gower, C. E., Clayton. 
•Gragg, E. M., Vilas. 

Graham, H. W., Swann Station. 

•Graham, T. J., Marshall. 

•Graham, J. G., King's Mountain. 

•Gray, J. J., Etowah. 

•Grant, J. H., Duval. 



•Gray, A. P., Wake Forest. 

Green, D. A., Whaley. 
•Greaves, C. L., New Bern. 
•Green, David, Zionville. 

Green, B. B., Mooresboro. 

Green, C. M., Parkersburg. 
•Greene, Edmund, Sands. 
•Greene, L. H., Bakersville. 

Green, M. L., Ahoskie. 
•Greene, S. H., Warne. 

Greene, S. M., Clarissa. 

Greene, J. E., Stony Fork. 
•Gregory, C. C. 

Griffin, J. W., Stanley. 
•Grindstaff, I., Bakersville. 
•Gulledge, J. G., Monroe, 1. 

Guffey, W. H., Franklin. 
•Gwaltney, J. P., Hidden ite. 

Gwaltney, J. S., Morganton. 
•Gwaltney, L. P., Hiddenite. 

Gwyn, E. N., Jennings. 

Hackney, J. D., Franklinville. 
•Hackney, J. A., Durham. 
•Hagaman, J. P., Lenoir. 

Hagaman, J. G., Vilas. 

Haowood, J. S., Raleigh. 
•Haight, W. R., Elizabeth City. 
•Haire, P. H., Fleetwood. 
•Hall, A. J., Bryson City. 
•Hall, J. J., Fayetteville. 
•Hall, W. M. 
•Hall, L. P., Canton. 
•Hall, J. W., Burnsville. 
•Hall, W. G., Rocky Mount. 
•Hall, S. W., East Bend. 
•Hamby, A. C, Clayton. 

Hamilton, L. C, Etowah. 

Hamilton, R. F., Etowah. 

•Hammond, J. F., Wingate. 

•Hampton, N. S., Bamboo. 

•Hampton, J. H., Unaka. 

•Hamrick, B. M., Forest City. 

•Hamrick, J. M., Shelby, 3. 

•Hamrick, W. C, Turtletown, 
Tenn. 

•Hamrick, G. P., Asheville. 

•Handy, E., Radical. 
Haney, J. T., Horse Shoe. 

•Harmon, G. W., Ore Hill. 

•Harrell, E. J., Warsaw. 

•Harrelson, G. W., Adrian, S. C. 

•Harrelson, J., Clarendon. 

•Harrelson, Hugh, Homer, S. C. 

•Harrill, Z. D., Ellenboro. 

•Harrill, I. D., Shelby, 4. 

•Harrill, H. D., Forest City. 

•Harrill, G. P., Franklinton. 



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*Harris, B. B., Dysartville. 
•Harris, E. R., Mars Hill. 
•Harris, J. S., Albemarle. 
•Harris, T. C, Forest City. 
•Harris, L. W., Eldorado. 
*Harris, J. M., Lenoir. 
"Harris, J. P., Lilesville. 
•Harrison, E., Greensboro. 
*Hart, T. W., Virgilina, Va. 
*Hart, Riley, Park, Va. 
*Harte, J. D., Hickory. 

Hartsell, J. W., Cameron. 
•Hawkins, R. N., Sbelbv, 3. 
*Haymore, C. C, Mt. Airy. 

Haynes, W., Asheville, 1. 

Haynes, J. H., State Road. 
*Haves, T. M., Nathan's Creek. 
•Haynes, J. M., Clyde. 
*Haynes, W. L., Rntherfordton. 
*Hays, A. B., X. Wilkesboro. 

Haves, R. S., Saginaw. 

Heatherly, L. R., Saluda. 
•Hedgpeth, I. P., Lumberton. 
*Hedgepeth, R. A., Barnosville. 
*Hedlev, Wm., Reidsville. 
•Heeler, D. I., Olin. 
•Helms, D. F., Concord. 
*Hembre, W. A., Ogreeta. 
•Henderson, G. J., Rugby, Va. 
•Henderson, J. K., Quebec. 
•Henderson, G. W., Pon Top. 
•Henderson, Z. I., Bosnian. 

Henley, J. M., Sanford, 3. 

Henslev, T. A., Burnsville. 

Hermon, P. E., Foscoe. 
•Herring. R. H., Rntherfordton. 

Hester, C. R., St. Paul's. 

Hester, S., Bladenboro. 
'Hewitt, D. L., Shallotte. 
•Hickman, G. T.. Winnabow. 

Hillmrn, D. H., Bladenboro. 
•Hilburn, Rufus M., Bladenboro. 

Hildebrand. I. M.., Hickory. 
•Hilliard, J. M., Raleigh, No. 5. 
•Hilliard, S. C, Wake Forest. 

Hill, L. C, Granite Fall-. 

lli|i|>-. R. 11.. Spring Creek. 

lli\. II. V.. X. Wilkesboro. No. 1. 
•Hocutt, J. C, Chapel Hill. 
•Hocutt. J. D., Ashton. 
•Hocutt, J. K.. Nashville. 
•Hoffman, R. E., Chockowinity. 
•Hogan, X. 1!., Brasstown. 
•Hogan, K. W., Charlotte. 
•Hogue, G. F., Boonville. 
*Hoa--, II. .1., Wesser. 
•Hogsed, \V. D.. Letitia. 

Holbrook. John, Roaring River. 



*Hoh'ombe, W. 0. 
"Holleman, J. M., Apex. 
'Holler, I., Olin. 

Holloman, W. A., Jonesville. 
•Holtsclaw, T. C, Etowah. 
•Honeycutt, G. A., Albemarle. 
•Honeyeutt, R., Clinton. 
•Hood, T. J., Goldsboro, 4. 

Hooker, W. H., Alexander. 
•Hooper, L. W., Tuckaseigee. 

Hopper, C. F.,. Clinton. 

Hord, A. T., Cleveland. 
*Horne, J. G., Harmony, No. 1. 
•Horner, K. C, Greensboro, care 

Proximity. 
•Houck, J. A., Beaver Creek. 
•Horrell, R. W., Selma. 
•Hough, W. A., Cornelius. 
•Hough, W. C, Harrisburg. 

Howard, H. H., Ramsay Town. 
•Howell, A. T., Murfreesboro. 

Howell, J. D., Manteo. 
•Hoyle, J. A., Gastonia. 
•Hoyle, J. E., Murphy. 

Hoyle, B. M., Estatoe. 

Hudgins, Richard, Bat Cave. 
•Hudson, J. D. 
•Hudson, W. M., Scottsburg, Va. 

Hudson, Ambrose, Hudson. 
•Hudson, L. L., Wake Forest. 

Hufham, W. D., New Berlin. 

Hufham, J. D., Creedmore. 
•Hughes, S. A., Valley. 
•Huggins, W. M.j Wilson. 
•Hull, W. F., Dvsartville. 
•Hulten, H. H.. 'Charlotte. 

Hume, Thos., Chapel Hill. 

Humphrey, D. B., Raeford. 
'Humphrey. W. C, Fayetteville. 

Humphrey, H. B., Lumberton. 

Hunnicutt, W. A., Hayesville. 

Hunt, A., Gamble's Store. 
•Hunt, D. J., Union Mills. 

Hunter, John W., Cane River. 

Hurley, A., Weasel. 

Hursts, W. T., Sylva. 
•Hutchinson, J. H., Raleigh. 

Hutchinson, E. J., Lilesville. 

Hyde, H. H, Bryson City. 

Icenhour, R. H., Hudson. 
•Ingram, H. M., Star. 
•Irbv. T. ( .. Waxhaw. 
•Irvin, A. C, Shelby, 5. 
•Irving, C. M.. Maiden. 
•Ives, "S. Albert, Pine Bluff. 
*Ivery, E. S., Salisbury. 
•Ivery, G. C, Salisbury. 



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* Jackson, B. P., Mill Spring. 
•Jackson. Elbert, Mill Spring. 

Jackson, J. D., Biltmore. 
•Jackson, J. B., Hamlet. 

James, W. C. Mt. Airy. 
*James, K. H., Marshville. 
*Jamerson, Win., Swiss. 

Jarvis, J. F., Adley. 

Jennings, S. S., Gray. 
*Jenkins, J. T., Lexington. 
*Jarvis, N. T., Roaring River. 
•Jenkins, C. A., Shelby. 
*Jervis, C. E., Asheville, 4. 
*Johnson, W. N., Wake Forest. 
*Jolmson, D. L., Downingville. 
•Johnson, E. M., Plum Tree. 
•Johnson, E. 0., St. Paul's. 
•Johnson, W. 0., S. B. T. Semi- 
nary. 

Johnson, C. H., Yadkinville. 
fjohnson, L., Raleigh. 
*Johnson, Wm. R., Cedar Creek. 
*Johnson, J. B., Walnut Cove. 

Jolly, J. R., Jonesville. 
•Jones, F. H., Reidsville. 

Jones, Troy, Montezuma. 

Jones, J. R., Royal. 

Jones, R. H., Roxboro, 5. 
*Jones, W. J., Salemburg. 

Jones, W. J. 
*Jordan, F. M., Calvert. 
*Jordan, J. R., Star. 

Jordan, James, Franklinville. 
*Jordan, S., Robbinsvillp. 

Jordan, W. P., Coleraui. 
*Joyee, J. A., Sandy Ridge. 
*Joyner, A. V., Tarboro. 
•Justice, T. B., Benson. 
•Justice, A. I., Hendersonville. 

*Keaton, T. C, Winston-Salem. 
•Keller, 0. A., Wallburg. 
•Kendrick, R. G., Greensboro. 
JKesler, M. L., Thomasville. 
•Key, W. H., Gray. 
•King, F. D., Jonesboro. 
•Kimsey, W. S., Turtletown, Tenn. 
•King, J. D., Wampler. 

King, M. C, Robeson. 
•King, L. C, Lenoir, No. 5. 
•King, T. C, Franklin. 
•King, T. H., Smithfield. 

King, S. W., Burnsville. 

King, W. G., Jonesboro. 
•Kinsland, J. L., Franklin. 
•Kirk, J. E., China Grove. 

fCor. Sec. of Convention. 
JGeneral Manager of Orphana e. 



"Kirk, J. L., Newells. 
•Kirk, J. T., Rockford. 

Kuykendall, P. A., Dana. 

Kuykendall, W. T., Asheville. 

*Laffoon, W. J., High Point. 
•Lanier, J. E., Buie : s Creek. 
•Lanning, Jeff., China Grove. 
•Lanning, T. D., Leicester, 1. 
•Lassiter, E. M., Cary. 
•Lawhon, W. H. H., Carthage. 
•Laughter, B. C, Bob. 

Leach, M. J., Lassiter. 

Ledford, B. M., Ranger. 

Ledford, A. M., Otto. 
•Lee, W. M., Summit. 

Lee, M. L., Fairmont. 

Lee, D. S., Finley. 

Lewis, John, Southern Pines. 

Lewis, L. G., Thomasville. 

Lewis, J. L., Big Laurel. 

Linney, W. E., Hiddenite. 
•Lineberry, R. B., Manndale. 

Lindsay, D. S., Swain. 
•Liner, J. R., Candler. 
•Little, J. W., Rockingham. 
•Little, T. P., Marshville. 

Littleton, J. W., Albemarle. 
•Loftin, I. N., Elizabeth City. 
•Loftin, N. L., Salisbury. 
•Long, T. C, Gray. 
•Long, James, Morganton. 
•Long, Edwardj Marion. 

Logan, W. H., Ayr. 
*Loyd, Frank, Hiwassee, Ga. 
•Limrick, R. L., Green Hill. 
•Loudermilk, D. P., Marion. 
•Loudermilk, S. L., Ellijay. 

Loving, W. B., Fayetteville. 
•Lovejoy, J. E., Edenton. 
•Lowe, A. E., Bryson City. 
•Lowe, C. G., Rocky Mount. 
*Lowery, J. F., Henrietta. 
•Lumpkin, G. T., Winston-Salem. 
•Lynch, J. W., Durham. 
•Lyon, T. M., Trap Hill. 

•Maddry, Charles E., Statesville. 
Manee, A. H., Southern Pines. 
•Mangum, 0. R., S. B. T. Semin'y. 
•Manly, A. J., Rosman. 
•Marion, T. J., Crutchfield. 
•Marley, H. C, Old Fort. 
•Marr, W. W., Biltmore. 
•Marsh, A., Marshville. 



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*Marsh, R. H., Oxford. 

Marshal], J. R., Wilmington. 
'Marshall, 0. N., Durham. 

Martin, C. H., Polkton. 
•Martin, W. N., Leicester, 1. 
•Martin, C. F., Murphy. 

Martin, J. H., Hamptonville. 
*Mai tin, J. L., Creedmoor. 
-Martin, O. J., Shnals. 
•Martin, G. A., Wilmington. 
•Martin, J. M., Stuart, Va. 

Marshburn, A. B., Nealsville. 

Marshburn, L. I., Duvall. 

Mason, \V. C, Duvall. 

Mathis, B., Jonesville. 
•May, G. W., Castalia. 
•May, S. S., Yadkinville. 

McCall, S. D., Pinnacle. 

McCann, Levi, Benham. 
•McCarson, J. L., Hendersonville. 
•McCarter, Jesse, Burnsville. 
*McClelland, A. A., Maxton. 
•McCurry, J. H., Asheville, 3. 
•McKenzie, J. M., Salisbury. 
•McDullie, J. F., Chapel Hill, 3. 
•McFall, W. T.. Leicester, 1. 
*McFee, P. T., Dillsboro. 
•McCall, F. D., Pinnacle. 
•McClure, W. B., Alexis. 
*McGee, J. F., Culherson. 
*McGinnis, I. J., Vilas. 
•McKinney, C. H., Bakersville. 

McLendou, J. J., Indian Trail. 
*MeLeod, D., Troy. 

McMillan, H. H., S. B. T. Sem- 
inary. 
'McMillan, J. A., S. B. T. Semi- 
nary. 

•McNeil, M., Wilkesboro. 
Meadows, W. C, Poor's Knob. 

•Meeks, O. P., Fayetteville. 

*Melton, N. A., Hendersonville. 

Melvin, W. S„ Mintz. 

'Mercer, I. M., Rocky Mount. 
Mercer, M. V., Harrellsville. 

•Merrell, G. L., Swan Quarter. 

•Milliken, C, Vineland. 

•Michael, W. H., Trade. 

•Miller, Daniel L., Highland. 

•Miller, I. C, Stonv Fork. 

•Miller, John R., High Point. 
Miller, R. V., Hendersonyille. 
Miller, H. 0., Highlands. 

'Miller, II.. Sherman. 
Miller, Chester A., Fairview. 

•Miller, D., Ramseytown. 



•Mills, G. T., Buie's Creek. 
•Mintz, M. L., Buie's Creek. 
*Mintz, J. A., Shallotte. 
"Mitchell, 0. B., Pittsboro. 

Mitchell, W. S., Greensboro. 

Mitchell, E., Osbornville. 
•Mitchener, J. F., Winston-Salem. 
•Mizell, J. C, Winnabow. 
•Monerief, A. J., Raleigh. 
fMoore, Higlit C, Raleigh. 

Moore, S. F., Fairview. 

Moore, 1. F., Clyde. 

Mooie, R. A., Red Springs. 

Moore, R. R., Ore Hill. 

Moore, G. K., Arden. 
*Muose, J. D., Charlotte. 
•Morgan, S. L., Builington. 
•Morgan, J. W., Henderson. 

Morgan, E. J., Candler. 
•Morgan, S. J., Stockville. 

Morgan, S. J., Jr., Biltmore. 
•Morgan, F. M., Flats. 
•Morton, F. T., Chadbourn. 
•Morris, W. A., Heiideisouville. 
•Morton, D. S., Albemarle. 
•Morton, S. F., Win?ton-Saleni. 
•Morton, W. B., Columbia. 

Moitou, H., 'Ihomasville. 
*Moss, T. J., Forest City. 

Moss, X. H. 

•Mulkey, J. L., Brady. 

•Mull, VV. B., Connelly Springs. 

•Mull, W. F., Mull's Urove. 

•Murray, J. F., Poplar Branch. 

•Murry, L. B., State Road. 

•Myers, W. A., Newcastle. 

•Myers, W. \V., N. Wilkesboro. 
Myers, D. R., Salisbury. 

•Myers, T. C, Martin. 

•Xaylor, X. W., Dunn. 

Neaves, J. M., dumpier. 

Nelson, J. H., Patterson. 
•Newton, J. B., Salemburg. 

Newton, J. D., Thomas vi lie. 
•Newton, I. T., Blacksburg, S. C. 

Newton, B. F., Bel wood, 1. 

Nichols, J. T., Purlear. 
•Nobles, J. W\, Wendell. 
•Norket, L. R., Mt. Island. 
•Norman, M. A., Addie. 
•Norris, C. E., Sands. 

Norris, H. W., Holly Springs. 

Norris, Isaac, Crusoe. 

Norris, C. H., Holly Springs. 
•Norris, John, Sweetwater. 
•Nowell, W. C, Spring Hope. 

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*0'Kelly, T. W., Raleigh. 

•Oldham, S. W., Graham. 

•Olive, W. S., Apex. 

•Oliver, P., King. 

•Ollis, W. H. t Ingalls. 

•O'Neill, G. G., Roanoke Rapids. 

•Orx, G. W„ Millsaps. 

*Orr, P. P., Clotho. 

•Orlege, J. B. 

•Osbonie, W. A., Solitude. 

Overby, D. W., Draper. 
*Owen, J. C, East Durham. 
•Owen, S. C, Candler. 
*Owen, J. H., Argura. 
•Owen, J. L., Glenville. 
*0\ven, J. R., Brevard. 

•Pace, J. R., Charlotte, Chadwick. 
•Page, J. M., Rose Hill. 

Page. S. C, Dunn. 
•Page, Wiley M., Dunn, No. 4. 

Parham, S., Alexander. 
*Pardue, A. T., Roaring River. 

Patton, R. L., Morganton. 
•Paul, E. A., Dover. 
•Payne, J. M., Blowing Rock. 
•PaVseur, C. YV., Clinside. 
•Peek, I. T., Gneiss. 
*Peele, R: E., Burgaw. 
•Pender, Decatur. 
•Peoples, R. L., Murphy. 
•Pendergrass, J. R., Franklin. 
•Pernell, P. H., Rockingham. 
•Pettv, 0. W., Hillsboro. 
•Phillips, N. B. 
•Phillips, J. W., Bear Creek. 

Phillips, J. L., Houck. 

Phillips, J. B., Happy. 
•Pickens, J. M., Jupiter. 
•Pippin, A. A., Wakefield. 

Pittman, S. M., Frank. 
•Pittman, R., Ledger. 
•Piatt, J. T., Ogden. 
•Plemmons, B. B., Trust. 

Plemmons, James, Candler. 

Pless, W. N., Crusoe. 
*Poe, W. D., Raleigh. 

Poe, E. D., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Poindexter, A. D., Richmond Hill. 

Ponder, J. S., Faust. 
•Ponder, R. D., Buckner. 
•Ponder, D. C. 
•Pool, D. W., Taylorsville. 
•Porter, A. H., Whiteville. 

Porter, W. F., Radical. 
*Posev, T. H., Tryon. 
*Poteat, J. H., Como. 



Potts, W. T., Hichlands. 
•Powell, J. M., Galloway. 
•Powell, R. E., Blanche. 
•Powers, Oscar L., High Point. 
•Preslar, M. D. L., Monroe, 1. 
•Prevatt, F. A., Lumberton. 
•Prevatt, John, Buie. 
•Pridgen, M., Fair Bluff. 
•Protfitt, M. S., Democrat. 
•Pruett, L. R., Charlotte. 
•Pruitt, W'm., Almond. 

Pugh, J. M., Randleman. 
•Purnell, P. H., Rockingliam. 
•Putnam, J. W., Magnetic City. 
•Putnam, D. F., Spring Hope. 

Pyatte, M. F., Nebo. 

•Queen, J. L., Glenville. 
•Queen, Cicero, Casar. 
•Queen, A. C, Wolf Mountain. 
•Queen, Thos. IL, Balsam. 

•Ragsdale, C. B., Ducktown, Tenn 
•Ragland, T. J., Cove City. 
•Ray, G. L., Pensacola. 
•Raymond, F. B., Clyde. 
"Rector, J. A., Drexel. 
•Reddish, W. H., Gastonia. 
•Redman, T. E., New Hope. 
•Redfern, R. D., White's Store. 

Reece, J. V., Warne. 
•Reid, T. M. 
•Reed, W. \V., Willetts. 
•Reeves, G. M-, Lamar. 

Reid, James B., Lenoir, No. 2. 
•Reed, G. W., Milton. 
•Revis, W. A., Letitia. 

Rhodes, J. R., Saluda. 

Rice, Hiram, Barnardsville. 

Rice, J. B., Marshall. 

Richardson, J. B., High Point. 

Rickman, P. R., Leatherman. 
•Riddle, B. B., Pensacola. 
•Riddle, H. L., Cane River. 
•Rivenbark, W. B., Teachey's. 
•Roberts, D. J., Elkspur. 
•Roberts, L. C, Hollywood. 
•Robinson, H. S., Shallotte. 
•Robinson, C. M., Hickory. 
•Rock, C. M., N. Wilkesboro. 

Rogers, James, Mints. 
•Rogers, J. L., Farmville. 
•Rollins, B. F., Courtney. 
•Rollins, G. W., Lincolnton. 
•Rose, J. W., Belhaven. 

Rowell, J. W., Monroe. 
tRoyall, W. B., Wake Forest. 

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•Ruske, J. T., Rockford. 
•Ruppe, John, Gaffney, S. C. 
•Ryland, C. P., Roxboro. 

*Sams, J. F., Cane River. 
*Sandling. R. C. Clinton. 

Savage, F., Teachev's. 
"Sawyer, E. F., Elizabeth City. 
•Scarborough, C. W., Woodland. 
•Scott, J. J., Orrum. 
*Scotten, A. K., Coleridge. 

Sears, D. R., Siler City. 

Seago, P. H., Lilesville. 

Seay, Geo. W., Otto. 
•Sebastian, Geo., Hay Meadow. 
*Self, Joseph, Postelle. 
*Sentelle, R. E., Lumberton. 
•Sentelle, R. A.. Waynesville. 

Sentelle, J. E., Etowah. 

Settlemyer, G. W.. Bostic. 
*Setzer. A. W., Maiden. 
*Sharpe, R. L., Warrensville. 
•Shaver. J. M.. Taylorsville, No. 4. 
•Shaw, F. W.. Cedar Falls. 
•Sheets. Henrv, Lexington. 
♦Shell, P. J.. Shell. 

Shell, J. T., Granite Falls. 
'Shepherd, X. II., Stantmsburg. 
•Sherwood, A. ('.. Winton. 
•Sherwood, J. J. L., Granite Falls. 
*Shinn, J. L., Gastonia. 

Shipman, Z. A., Hendersonville. 
*Shoaf, R. L., Warrensville. 
*Shuford, Aaron, Rusie. 

Silver. E. D., Newdale. 
*Sinnnons, J. H., Mt. Airy. 
*Simmons, S. F., Jonesville. 
•Simmons, J. W.. Mt. Airy. 
*Simonds, W. S., Letitia. 

Sims, A. H., Shelby. 

Simms, A. M., Raleigh. 
•Singleton, T. C, S. B. T. Semi- 
nary. 
•Singleton, T. J. 
•Shuler, A. ('.. New Bern. 

Sisk, .1. A., Bridgewater. 

Sisk, I. G., Winston-Salem. 
•Sitton, J. D., Willetts. 
*Sled^c, .1. W.. Louisburg, Xo. 4. 
•Sluder, M. .M., Asheville. 

Slaughter, <;. \\'., Robbinsville. 
'Smiley, J. S., Bryson City. 

Smith. J. F., Austin. 
"Smith, J. H., Cherokee Springs. 
s. C. 

Smith, A. B., Marble. 



Smith, C. C, Whiteville. 

: -Smith. James A., Wilmington. 
-Smith, J. T., Westfield. 
•Smith, J. W.. Wilson's Mills. 
•Smith, J. L.. Siler City. 
•Smith, W. R. L.. Chapel Hill. 
*Sneed, I. F., Ogreeta. 
•Snider, E. C, Wingate. 
•Snider, J. \V., Concord. 
•Solesbee, A. S., Havesville. 
•Soots, L. R., Ore Hill. 
*Sorrell, A. P., Xebo. 
•Sparks, J. Y. 
•Sparks, W. H., Burnsville. 
"Sparks, A., Ledqer. 
•Sparks, J. C, Cello. 
•Speight, J. A., Berkeley, Va. 
•Speieht, T. T.. Windsor, R. F. D. 
*Spencer, M., Cliffs. 
•Spencer, M. S., Hickory. 
tSpilman, B. W., Kinston. 
•Sprinkle, A. J., Weaverville. 
•Staley. W. F., Greensboro. 
"Stallings, J. X'.. Salisbury. 
•Stallings, X'. P., Bayboro. 
•Stamps, M., Louisburg. 
•Stanley, E. A., Altamont. 
•Stanlev, C, Chadbourn. 
•Stanley, J. F., Hemlock. 
•Stanberrv, J. S., Judson. 
•Stanlev, '(;. W., Mollie. 
•Stanlev, G. F., Glen, S. C. 

Statoii, M. M., Saluda. 

Stephens, A. B., Autryville. 
•Stephens, M. A.. Evergreen. 
•Stephenson, R. S., Raleigh. 
•Stevens, C. E., Goldsboro, 4. 
•Stanly, G. W.. Molly. 

Step]), J. G., Dana. 
'"Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 
•Stone, C. H.. Round Peak. 
•Stone, E. W., Eilzabeth City. 
•Stout, J. M. 
•Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 
•Strickland, W. H.. Liberty. 

Stringfield, O. L., Maiden. 

Stringfield, P., Mars Hill. 

Stringfield, J. H., Atkinson. 
•Styers, J. C, Clemmons. 
•Sullivan. J. A., Washington. 

Suiumt'Y. .1. A.. Wadesboro. 
*Suttle,'j. W., Shelby. 
•Swaim, S. D.. Lexington. 
•Swaim, V. M., Win-ton-Salem. 
•Swain, F. L. Shallotte. 
*S\vope, L. W., Louisburg. 



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*Talbert, W. T., Kannapolis. 
*Tate, R. J., Fingerville, S. C. 
•Tatum, T. A., Edenton, 1. 
fTaylor, C. E., Wake Forest. 
•Tavlor, T. J., Warrenton. 
•Teal, C. M., Forest City. 
♦Tedder, D. A., Charlotte. 
*Tew, C. T., Caroleen. 
*Tew, John 0., Fayetteville. 
♦Thomas, C. A. G., Salisbury. 
♦Thomas, I. W., Lenoir. 
♦Thomas, J. S., Saxapahaw. 
♦Thomas, James C, Bandana. 

Thompson, K., Kapp's Mills. 

Thompson, W. M., Lilesville. 

Thorn, E. M., Iotha. 

Thorn, J. B., Forest City. 
♦Thorn, E. N., Sylva. 

Tipton, S. D., Burnsville. 
♦Todd, J. W., Daisy, S. C. 
♦Toney, B. W., Bostic. 
♦Townsend, B., Broadway. 
♦Triplett, 0. W., West Durham. 

Trivett, J. W., Dark Ridge. 

Trivett, J. S., Fleetwood. 
♦Trivett, G. W., Sugar Grove. 

Trogden, J. M., Asheboro. 
♦Tucker, Elihu, Grassy Creek. 
♦Tunstall, Geo. T., Warrenton. 
♦Turner, E. W., Siloam. 
♦Turner, J. Clyde, Greensboro. 
♦Tyner, J. T., Whiteville. 
♦Tyree, W. C, Raleigh. 

♦Usry, E. G., Oxford. 
♦Utley, C. H., Elkin. 

Vanhoy, W. H., Hamptonville. 
JVann, R. T., Raleigh. 

Vernon, J. H., Wake Forest. 
♦Vernon, T. L., Hobgood. 

Vestal, M. H., Jonesville. 
♦Vines, W. M., Asheville. 

Vinson, J. D., Otto. 
♦Vinson, T. J., Gneiss. 

Vipperman, J. H., High Point. 
♦Vipperman, J. L., Spencer. 
♦Vipperman, D. E., Mt. Holly. 

♦Waft", W. B., Conway. 
♦Walker, R. P., Littleton. 

Walker, G. B., Whittington. 
•Walker, M., NeAvcastle. 
♦Wall, J. 0., Fairview. 

Wall, W. H., Forest City. 

tProfessor Wake Forest College. 
JPresident Meredith College. 



♦Wall, J. A., Fairview. 

Wall, Zeno, S. B. T. Seminary. 
♦Ward, J. C, Flat Rock. 
•Washburn, D. G., Shelbv, 4. 
♦Watkins, G. T., Goldsboro. 
♦Watson, J. D. 
♦Watson, T. D., Oconalufty. 
♦Watson, S. N., Concord. 

Waycaster, J. R., Estatoe. 
♦Weatherman, J. G., Jennings. 

Weatherspoon, J. B., S. B. T. 
Seminary. 
♦Wells, C. G., Lumberton. 
♦West, W. E., Kernersville. 
♦Wells, E. L., Edenton. 
•Wharton, Geo. 
•Wheeless, Z. W., Creedmoor. 
♦Weston, E. L., Cooleemee. 
♦Wheeler, C. C, Wake Forest. 
♦Wheeler, D. M., Triplett. 

Whisnant, E. S., Maiden. 

Whitaker, A. S., Biltmore. 

Whitaker, H. C, Andrews. 

White, J. A., Taylorsville. 

White, J. M., Apex. 

White, G. W., Rockyhock. 

White, W. W., Greensboro. 

Whitehead, W. H., Leaksville. 

Whitener, P. A., Morganton. 
♦Whiteside, J. R., Uree. 
♦Whiteside, Z. T., Ayr. 
•Whitlock, C. F., Wilmington. 
•Whitmore, J. C, Cobbs. 

Whitley, E. A. 
♦Whitinire, A. S. 
•Wilcox, A. G., Brinkleyville. 
♦Wilcox, B. F., McGuire. 

Wild, J. M., Marshall. 
♦Wilhoit, G. 0., Ansonville. 
•Williams, A. J., Zephyr. 

Williams, B. B., Harrellsville. 
♦Williams, C. C, Spring Hope, 2. 

Williams, 0. P., Bryson City. 
♦Williams, J. G., Elise. 
♦Williams, J. R., Laurinburg. 
♦Williams, W. H., Hiwassee. 
♦Willis, W. W., Fairmont. 

Willis, J. B., S. B. T. Seminary. 

Willoughby, R. R., Lumberton. 

♦Wilson, L. A., Zionville. 
♦Wilson, W. E., Mocksville. 

♦Wilson, L. C, Sugar Grove. 

•Wilson, W. H., Madison. 

Wilson, M. W., Ramseytown. 

Wilson, Walter E., Mocksville. 



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Wishart, I. E., S. B. T. Seminary. 
•Wood, T. G., Maxton, No. 4. 
Wood fin, J. F., Blantye. 

Woodall, W. H., Clyde. 
*Woodard, J. S., Needmore. 

Woodruff, W. A., Oval. 

Woodson, C. J., Shelb^'. 
*Wooten, F. T., Chadbourn. 
•Wyatt, W. J., Troutman. 



'Wyncoop, A. H., Albemarle. 

Yates, Madison, Morrisville. 
Younee, A. W. 

Vounce, J. L., Franklin, No. 
( Younce, D. A., Kyle. 
Young, A. W., Scaly. 
Young, E. M., Bakersville. 



LIST OF SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 



Numbers following post-offices signify R. F. D. 



Alexander. 
J. C. Blair, Taylorsville. 
J. E. Gilreath, Vashti. 
Wm. W. Teague, Bentley. 
N. G. Sloan, Statesville. 
J. H. Hoke, Stony Point. 
E. V. Bnmgarner, Taylorsville. 
J. W. Watts, Liledoun. 
W. T. Webster, Taylorsville. 
J. E. Chatham, Taylorsville. 
J. T. Christopher, Stony Point. 
R. Carson, Hiddenite. 
R. L. Levan, Stony Point. 

B. F. Patterson, Hiddenite. 
J. D. Smith, Taylorsville. 
Clyde Tuttle, Taylorsville. 
Godfred & Williams, New Hope. 

Alleghany, 1909. 

W. F. Doughton, Laurel Springs. 
J. McD. Wagoner, Whitehead. 
Allen Jones, Stratford. 

Anson. 

A. C. Teal, Wadesboro. 
J. W. Thomas, Polkton. 

C. H. Harrington, Wadesboro, R. 
F. D. 

D. B. Wright. Lilesville. 
Joel Tyson, Wadesboro. 
R. M. 'Flake, Polkton. 
A. D. Griffin, Peachland. 

J. J. Williams, Peachland. 
Clayton Leard, Polkton. 
N. E. Howard, Polkton. 
D. L. Thompson, Polkton. 
K. W. Ashcraft, Wadesboro. 
I. F. Thomas, Polkton. 



C. E 
J. W 
J. C. 
E. W 
Wm. 
Dora 
A. W 
M. A 
J. P. 
W. R 
J-. H. 

C. H. 
Trov 

D. H. 
Hani 

E. M. 



*Ashe. 

Trivett. 

Woodard. 
Cloodman. 
ea ver. 
•lohnston. 
Tucker. 
. Hodsson. 

Gilley. 
Phi miner. 
. Houck. 

Wagoner. 

Williams. 
Halsey. 

Burguess. 
*on Church. 

Osborne. 



A. L. Stamper. 
John Burguess. 

Beulah. 
J. B. Walters, Blanch. 
C. R. Vernon, Roxboro. 
J. S. Gravett, Alton, Va. 
T. A. Patillo, Union Ridge. 

A. J. Boyd, Roxboro. 

R. L. Wilson, Yanceyville. 
J. B. Yarbrough. Semora. 
W. T. Bryant, Milton. 
M. D. Walters. Reidsville. 

C. J. Yarbrough, Locust Hill. 

B. S. Graves, Yanceyville. 

B. B. Blalock, Milton. 
Arthur Bowles, Hurdle's Mills. 

Bladen. 
Roy Hayes, Clnrkton. 
R. B. Buie, Abbottsburg. 

D. J. Allen, Dublin. 

C. L. Long, Parkersburg. 
Chas. Pait. Guvton. 

D. A. Smith, Garland. 
J. M. Frink. Bladenboro. 
Edgar Edwards. Clarkton. 

D. W. Russ, Ham. 

M. Hester. Bladenboro. 
Chas. Register, Garland. 
N. A. Layton, White Oak. 
N. B. Singletary, Tar Heel. 

Brier Creek. 
Dr. Pegram, Dellaplane. 
Andrew Smith, Brier Creek. 
L. M. Jarvis, Jarvis. 
J. T. Redding. 

R. N. Garner. Hunting Creek. 
N. M. Felts, Lovelace. 
L. R. Sloan. 
I. S. Baity. 

J. E. Privette, Jennings. 
T. J. McNeil, Roaring River. 
J. B. Mathis, Swan Creek. 
W. F. Lawrence, Hamntonville. 
J. S. Henderson Lovelace. 
Guss Myers, New Castle. 

E. N. Gwyn, Jennings. 

Brunswick. 
J. H. Smith, Suburb. 
Henry McLamb, Iredell. 
John Wescott, Southport. 
Nathan Little, Makatoka. 
O. B. Sellars. Supply. . 
G. F. Gore, Shallotte. 



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Hewett, Shallotte. 

Lewis, Winnabow. 

Clenimons, Supply. 

Harrelson, Funston. 
Milliken, Exum. 

Inman, Excelsior. 

Watson. Southport. 

Ward. Mollie. 

, Stocks, Shallotte. 

Stanley, Bug Hill. 

Gray, Regan. 
Hewett, Supply. 

Brushy Mountain. 
Wright, Hunting Creek. 
Miller, Cowles. 
Pardeu, Moravian Falls. 
Criteher, New Hope. 
Foster. Cliampion. 
. Barrett. Mt. Zion. 

Church, North Wilkesboro. 

Porter. North Wilkesboro. 

Alexander. 
Bumgamer. 
( Ihurch. 
Parsons. 

Meadows. 
Hendren. 



Buncombe. 

C. S. Davis, Asheville. 

J. B. Griee, AshevOe. 

J. L. Welch. Asheville. No. 3. 

J. H. Woodard, Democrat. 

J. B. Morgan, Arden. 

M. B. Scarboro, Asheville. Xo. 1. 

M. A. Goforth, Asheville, No. 4. 

J. A. Cordell, Swannanoa, Xo. 1. 

N. IS. Creasman, Biltmore, Xo. 3. 

•T. M. Brookshire, Biltmore. 

H. E. Sawyer, Beech. 

Thos. Case, Barnardsville. 

Marion Padgett, Rock View. 

J. R. Grant, Fairview. 

Wilzcy Langford, Asheville, No. 5. 

M. B. Spivev. Stocksville. 

T. J. Ingle, Azalea. 

■ I. E. Morgan, Candler. 

V. Brown, Candl ir. 

E. A. Roberts, Jupiter. 

W. W. Green, Candler. 

II. <;. Rymer, Alexander, Xo. 1. 

Z. V. Foister, Stocksville. 

T. M. Rymer, Asheville, No. 4. 

B. W. Buckner, Ash sville, Xo. 5. 

Robl . We n er, Brankton. 

L. B. Hudgins, Black Mountain. 

Tim-. Morgan, Candler. 



L. B. Buckner, Swannanoa. 
P. 0. Chatham, Fairview. 

Caldwell. 
S. F. Harris, Morganton. 
W. M. Lackev, Lenoir. 
R. H. Pipes, "Buffalo Cove. 
T. C. Curtis, Finley. 
A. E. Helton, Lenoir. 

A. 0. Mackie, Granite Falls. 
W. F. F. Palmer, Granite Falls. 
M. K. Thompson, Lenoir. 

J. B. Philip. Happy. 

W. G. Whisnant, Granite Falls. 

T. S. Robbins, Buffalo Cove. 

I. G. Greene, Globe. 

J. C. L. Hayes, Upton. 

J. A. Raby, Lenoir, R. 1. 

Joe Powell, Lenoir. 

J. G. Kirby, Granite Falls. 

J. L. Harris, Lenoir. 

F. P. Moore, Lenoir. 

W. M. Smith. Granite Falls. 
Heber Barker. Saw Mills. 

G. A. McCall, Patterson. 

W. D. Goble. Yadkin Valley. 
L. D. Kellar. Granite Falls. 
Lindsev Anderson, Lenoir. 

E. B. Crisp, Collettsvide. 
L. L. Marshall. Rhodhiss. 
W. H. H. Hartley, Hudson. 
R. B. Beach, Lenoir. 

J. H. Johnson. Lenoir. 
W. H. Winkler, Hickory. 
Jack Bryant. Mortimer. 
J. L. Day. Patterson. 

Cape Fear-Cclumbus. 
J. B. Wyche, Hallsboro. 
( ;. W. Brown. Boardman. 
L. II. Malpass, Xew Berlin. 

B. H. Ilarnbv. Chadbourn. 
X. II. Buffkin, Cerro Gordo. 
J. Nobles, Chadbourn. 

A. J. Branch, Chadbourn. 
W. C. Bullard, Chadbourn. 
X. T. Coble. Evergreen. 
I. P. Roarers, Fair Bluff. 

C. W. Shelly. Cerro Gordo. 
G D. Lennon, Xew Berlin. 
W. J. Purvis, Tabor. 

( '. II. Harrison, ( Harendon. 
C. A. Baldwin, Clarkton. 
• I. T. Nobles, Boardman. 

F. M. While. Vineland. 
M. Bester, Whiteville. 
•I. 1'. Hill. Vineland. 

T. M. Fowler, ( lhadbourn. 



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J. A. Floyd, Cerro Gordo. 

J. Sasser, Old Dock. 

E. H. Nanse, Cerro Gordo. 

W. J. Long, Mollie. 

G. M. Hooks, Whiteville. 

J. Weeks, Bolton. 

J. D. Hayes, Whiteville. 

J. R. Williamson, Whiteville. 

\Y. 0. Page, Clarkton. 

L. E. Squires, Council. 

D. W. Brown, Chadbourn. 
W. J. Harrelson, Clarendon. 

Carolina. 
T. B. Nelson, Hendersonville. 
J. N. Freeman, Bat Cave. 
Joseph Newman, Balfour. 

E. W. Hill, Red Top. 
S. M. Sinclair, Gaston. 

J. A. Frazier, Hendersonville. 

C. H. Fulbright, Hendersonville. 

H. P. Kuykendall, Flat Rock. 

J. L. Whitaker, Hendersonville. 

E. L, Sinclair, Fletcher. 

S. J. Justice, Hendersonville. 

R. P. Freeman, Horse Shoe. 

W. M. Maxwell, Fletcher. 

L. S. Clingenpeel, Hendersonville. 

B. E. Huntly, Bear Wallow. 
R. S. Stedman, Hendersonville. 
M. P. Preslej', Edneyville. 

J. C, Staton, Saluda. 

J. T. Davenport, Fletcher. 

J. F. Ballard, Flat Rock. 

T. H. M. Tabor, Flat Rock. 

J. C. Jimison, Hendersonville. 

J. V. Pace, Saluda. 

M. C. Huggins, Hendersonville. 

J. T. Sales, Fletcher. 

E. J. Anders, Hendersonville. 

A. G. Hill, Saluda. 

T. T. Ballinger, Tryon. 

Catawba River. 
Oscar Abee, Connellys, R. 1. 
Jos. Towsey, Casar. 
J. F. Cook, Connelly Springs. 
J. C. Berry. 

Luther Stanley, Drexel. 
0. G. Daves, Glenalpine. 
W. P. Brandal. Henry. R. 1. 
A. L. Talbert. Morganton, R. 1. 
J. H. Magnis, Morganton, R. 4. 
Cicero Queen. Connelly Springs. 
M. P. Hildebran. 
0. 0. Rhonev. 

C. W. Waters. 

H. S. Benfiehl. Morganton No. 2. 



L. L. Wood. 
J. H. Cook. 

Julius Parker. 

S. L. Denton, Morganton, No. 4. 

Shuford Short. 

Azor McCall, Morganton. 

N. A. Smith. 

A. A. Hudson. 

John Fox. 

J. N. Gales. 

J. C. Berry. 

A. A. Shuford. Morganton. 

Central. 

E. T. Piper, Raleigh, R. 1. 

S. T. Davis, Knightdale, R. 1. 

W. E. Baker. Riley. 

G. L. Allen, Creedinoor, R. 1. 

G. T. Watkins, Falls. 

R. J. Conyers, Louisburg, R. 3. 

J. B. Saint sing. Wake Forest. 

R. B. White, Franklinton. 

Chas. E. Brewer, Wake Forest. 

H. Frazier, Youngsville. 

W. A. Perry, Riley. 

G. L. B. Penny, Raleigh, R. 1. 

W. H. Richardson, Neusp. 

B. I. Brogden, Raleigh. R. 7. 

D. R. Green, Raleigh, R. 5. 

B. J. Pierce, Youngsville. 

P. J. Wynne, Kittrell, R. 2. 

F. A. Banks, Franklinton. 
W. J. Ferrell, Raleigh. 

L. N. Ranes, Wake Forest. K. 2. 

C. H. Baugh, Raleigh. 

E. W. Green, Wakefield. 

J. H. Gorrell, Wake Forest. 
W. W. Mitchell, Wake Forest, 

R. 1. 
W. A. Watkins. Neuse. R. 2. 
A. H. Yerby, West Raleigh. 
A. F. Fnzier. Wake Forest, R. 1. 
E. P. Allen, Youngsville. 

Chowan. 
M. J. Lawrence, Gates, No. 2. 
O. C. Ward, Ryland. 
R. W. Lucas, Belhaven. 

G. C. Jennings. Elizabeth City. 
J. C. Hobbs,' Hertford. 

Henry Hnfler. Boslev. 

E. F." Aydlett, Elizabeth City. 

E. C. Perry, Tyner. 

E. W. Lane, Belvidere. 

R. W. Lewis. Barco. 

S. .1. Holloway, Columbia. 

E. H. Eure, Eure. 

J. C. Simpson, Eliz. City, No. 5. 



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W. T. Hopkins, Creswell. 
T. C. Jones, South Mills. 

E. S. Norman, Edenton. 

S. W. Gregory, Elizabeth City. 
M. H. Knight, Wiggins' X Roads. 
Lycurgus Hoffler, Gatesville. 
J. H. Meiggs, Camden. 
A. J. Parrish, Hertford. 
J. P. Perry, Hertford. 

F. W. Curran, Edenton, No. 4. 
L. W. Tarkenton, Manteo. 

A. S. Walker, Merchant's Mills. 

W. A. Litchfie'.d, Creswell, No. 1. 

T. E. Morgan, Winfall. 

M. N. Toxey, Shiloh. 

W. M. Price, Elizabeth City. 

J. W. Topping, Pantego. 

M. R. Gregory, Sr., Poplar Branch. 

J. A. Woodard, Powell's Point. 

C. B. Bell. Shnvboro. 

R. B. Edney, Eliz. City, No. 4. 

M. V. Ballance, Maple. 

E. J. Freeman, Gates, No. 2. 

A. S. Morgan, Eliz. City, No. 2. 
Charlie Etheridge. Manteo. 

R. B. Hollowell, Edenton, No. 1. 

W. N. Duval, Roper. 

L. W. Scott, Weeksville, No. 1. 

P. D. Perry, Trotville. 

W. S. Berry, Belcross. 

Moses Lee, Tull's. 

W. M. Forbes, Shiloh. 

L. R. Chaplain, Columbia. 

Asa T. Perry, Gliden. 

Wesley Austin, Corel la. 

W. E. Bogue. Woodville. 

T. E. Harreil, Edenton. 

Cumberland. 
S. B. Hall. Roseboro. 
W. C. Riddle, Parkton. 
T. A. Hall. Favetteville, R. 8. 

G. W. dack son. 

J. M. Pope, Gray's Cre?k. 
J. H. Cash well. Autryville. 
J. A. Oates, Fayetteviile. 
M. Cash we. 1, Parkton. 
W. .1. Olive, Wade. 
J. W. Grimes, Cotton. 
G. B. Sessmns, Fayetteviile. 
W. A. B?ard, Fayetteviile. 

F. M. Barrett. Fayetteviile. 

E. E. Hall, Fayetteviile. Xo. 8. 

C. S. Bennett, Fayetteviile. 
O. C. Simmons, Rosehnro. 

D. C. Roger", Hope Mills. 
H. n. Bend, Cedar Creek. 

B. W. Bedler, White Oak. 



A. E. Edge, Cedar Creek. 
E. F. Jones, Rockfish. 

E. D. Mason, Hope Mills. 

Eastern. 

0. P. Rogers, Kerr. 

F. J. Faison, Turkey. 
J. G. Bostic, Beulaville. 
C. L. Herrinof. Clinton. 
C. A. Byrd, Mt. Olive. 
R. A. Parker, Calypso. 

C. A. Robinson, Garland. 
H. L. Stewart, Clinton. 
W. D. Wilkins. Magnolia. 

1. D. Johnson, Rose Hill. 
W. J. Fryar, Delway. 
A. J. Brinson. Magnolia. 

J. L. Cashwell, Parkersburg. 
W. F. Powell, Faison. 
S. S. Bostic, Hallsville. 

E. M. Teichey. Rose Hill. 
W. H. Middleton, Warsaw 7 . 
Thad Jones, Kenansville. 

D. L. Herring, Garland. 
H. M. Swinson, Magnolia. 

D. H. Marshburn, Maple Hill. 
Arthur Peterson, Ingold. 

L. A. Byrd, Mt. Olive. 
C. E. Daniel, Turkey. 
J. C. Hobbs, Keener. 
J. W. Westbrook. Faison. 
J. T. Vick, Rose Hill. 
J. R. Peter-on. Clinton. 

G. Edwards, Chinquapin. 
A. A. Maynard, Kerr. 

F. 1. Rohinson. Clinton. 
C. E. Shipp. Turkey. 

0. P. Middleton, Warsaw. 

Flat River. 
A. D. Frazier, Vinrilina, Va. 
W. A. Birton. Roxboro. 
A. J. Crutdifield, Woodsdale. 

E. A. Howard, Oxford. Xo. 1. 
J. T. Newton. Rougemont. 

R. A. Davis. Bullock. 

S. N. Goss, Lvons. 

S. H. Usry, Tar River. 

R. H. Rogers, Creedmoor. 

S. A. Green. Oxford No. 5. 

II. T. Hobgnod. Oxford, No. 1. 

S. A. Cannady, Creedmonr. 

J. T. Torain, Vinrilina, Va. 

J. W. Winston, Xelson, Va. 

J. R. Hobgood, Oxford, No. 1. 

R. II. Shanks, Dabney, Xo. 1. 

S. W. Waller. Lvons.' 

S. W. Knott, Oxford, No. 2. 



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T. H. Street, Mill Creek. 
J. C. Howard, Oxford, No. 1. 
R. H. Hart, Oxford, No. 7. 

C. D. Rav, Oxford. 

"V . O. Til'ley, North<ude. 

J. W. Moss, Oxford, No.- 3. 

J. W. Smith, Creedmoor. 

J. T. Holloway, Henderson, No. 5. 

Thos. Bushman. Roxboro, No. 2. 

R. A. Spencer, Roxboro. 

J. H. Pentecost, Roxboro. 

A. J. Owen. Clarksvil e, Va. 

A. L. Clement, Oxford. No. 4. 

T. L. Sizemore, Soudan, Va. 

E. M. Hart, Stovall. 

D. F. Lanier, Oxford. 

Ajax Walters, Oxford, No. 6. 
A. C. Parham, Oxford, No. 3. 

French Broad. 
L. C. Buckner. 
L. M. Sprinkle, Marshall. 
T. L. Brown, Mars Hill. 
J. R. Anders, Pump. 
J. H. Enslsy, Alexander. 

C. C. Coals, Marshall. 

M. W. Buckner, Marshall. 
h. J. Chambers, Stocksville. 
Wiley Oeorge. Mars Hill. 
I. C. Shook, Little Creek. 
J. N. Hunter, Mnrshall. 
L. H. Roberts, Weaverville. 
R. L. Moore, Mars Hill. 
J. H. White, Marshall. 
Erwin Brigjys, Buckner. 
J. D. Crowder, Marshall. 

F. M. Stockton. Stocksville. 
J. E. Radford, Paint Fork. 

D. B. Matcalf, Waverly. 
John Metcalf, Marshall. 
P. N. McLevitt, Revere. 
J. E. Laws. 

C. C. Runion, Marshall. 
J. M. Arrington, Marshall. 
S. M. Davis. 

Green River. 

A. B. Mashburn, Nealsville. 
T. L. Reel, Curfew. 

F. R. Splawn, Mills Springs. 

G. W. Smith, Mills Springs. 
P. F. Searcy, Uree. 

B. Biggerstaff, Union Mills. 

C. W. Searcy, Mills Springs. 

C. E. Huffman, Marion. 

D. L. Robertson, Old Fort. 
N. Buchanan, Old Fort. 
G. E. Huffman, Columbus. 



J. T. Jackson, Mills Springs. 
W. N. Laughridge, Dvsartville. 
E. G. Goforth, Nealsville. 
M. V. Snipes, Hawkins. 

A. P. Sorrels, Nebo. 
Y. C. Stott, Landrum. 

B. E. Watkins, Vein Mountain. 

B. B. Price, Marion. 

E. S. Harris, Union Mills. 

H. M. Geer, Gilkey. 

H. E. Hudgins, Red Top. 

L. T. Rollins, Forest City. 

N. C. Burgess, Mills Springs. 

J. W. Walker, Old Fort. 

G. F. Robertson, Rutherfordton. 

W. L. Bland, Rutherfordton. 

D. D. Nanney, Rutherfordton. 

C. G. Hill, Union Mills. 
Sallie Moore, Graphiteville. 
R. P. Scruggs, Rutherfordton. 
Vance Thompson, Mills Springs. 
J. T. Nanney, Black Mountain. 
W. F. McMahan, Sunnyvale. 

W. S. Holifield, Woodlawn. 
David Simpson, Ector. 

Haywood. 

J. W. Farmer, Waynesville. 

H. Messer, Crabtree. 

J. H. Rogers, Cruso. 

T. B. Moore. 

J. C. Me c ser, Cove Creek. 

W. T. Sharp, Canton. 

J. R. Morgan, Waynesville. 

L. E. Spahr, Waynesville, No. 1. 

J. N. McGee, Clyde, No. 1. 

J. A. Francis, Waynesville. 

J. D. Boone, Waynesville. 

A. H. Sparks, Crabtree. 

J. R. Clarke, Clyde. 

Johnston. 
J. A. Eason, Selma. 
J. C. Hardee, Clayton. 
W. M. Eason, Smithfield. 

E. L. Hall, Benson. 

Miss Lillie Hamilton, Benson. 

David Pace, Selma, R. 3. 

Levin Watson, Kenly. 

J. W. Smith. Wilson's Mills. 

A. P. Lee, Four Oaks, R. 3. 

Preston Mozingo, Selma, R. 3. 

R. H. Gower, Clayton. 

W. T. Bunch, Clayton, R. 2. 

J. W. Sanders, Four Oaks. 

W. I. Gre?n, Wakefield, R. 2. 

C. L. Batten, Micro. 

W. C. Jackson, Middlesex. 



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J. H. Bryant, Raleigh, R. 2. 

P. W. Dowd. Garner. 

N. L. Stott, Sims. 

J. A. Tiner, Four Oaks. 

Jos. D. Creech, Selma, R. 3. 

A. G. Hayes, Four Oaks, R. 1. 

B. L. Strickland, Pine Level. 
E. R. Jones, Smithfield. 

W. H. Wells, Princeton. 

R. P. Noble, Selma. 

J. F. Hardee, McCullers, R. 1. 

T. J. Lassiter, Smithfield. 

A. H. Lee, Benson, No. 2. 

N. R. Stell, Wendell. 

A. L. Batten, Archer. 

J. T. Holt, Wilson's Mills. 

Kings Mountain. 
Posey Blanton. Shelby, No. 4. 
J. P. Blaloek, Kings Mountain. 

0. N. Hamriek, Shelby, No. 3. 
H. W. (lark. Bessemer City. 

C. C. Wilson, Stubbs. 
M. N. Pruett, Casar. 

A. D. Warlick, Cleveland, No. 1. 

D. P. Dellinger, Cherryville. 
R. C. Gold, Lattimore, No. 1. 

E. A. Morgan, Shelbv, No. 4. 

1. B. Allen, Shelby, No. 7. 
T. Z. Carpenter, Fallston. 

T. D. McSwaim, Shelby, No. 3. 
T. S. Kester, Grover. 

F. Floyd, Kings Mountain. 
L. J. Jones, Lattimore. 

J. H. Hawkins, Shelby, No. 2. 

D. H. Dellinger, Cherryville. 
Carme Flam, Lawndale. 

A. E. Battis, Farl. 

J. B. Smith. Shelby, No. 1. 

Clarence Wright, Kings Mountain. 

No. 4. 
Thos. Falls. Kings Mountain. 
L. F. King. Shelby, No. 7. 
Lloyd Hamriek, Shelby, No. 6. 
S. R. Anthony, Shelby. No. 7. 
M. 0. Moore, Shelby, No. 3. 
L. A. Cabaniss, Shelby, No. 6. 

E. C. Bridges, Lattimore. 
D. R. St roup, Cherryville. 
Geo. Blanton, Shelby. 

Chns. Morrison. Shelby, No. 2. 
J. T. S. Mauney, Shelby, No. 5. 
A. J. Beam, Waco. 
S. B. Hamriek, Shelby, No. 2. 

Liberty. 
D. S. Hayworth, Tli-h Point. 
C. A. Owen, Lexington. 



W. B. Russell, Denton. 

W. A. Strickland, New Hope 

Academy. 
B. R. Cross, Silver Hill, No. I. 
J. D. Palmer, Linwood. 
G. W. Miller, Lexington. 
H. P. May, Thomasville. 
N. R. Kinney, Silver Hill. 

B. F. Charles, Winston-Salem, 
No. 5. 

S. H. Averitt, Thomasville. 
R. K. Williams. Linwood. 

C. H. Fritts, Lexington, No. 3. 
J. D. Newton. Thomasville. 

B. F. Roach, Linwood. 

D. M. Summey, Chandler. 
Archibald Johnson. Thomasville. 
K. R. Curtis, Wallburg. 

G. A. Clement, Jubilee. 

Little River. 

C. W. Flowers, Angier. 

Z. J. Womack, Lillington, R. 3. 
W. B. Jone*. Fuquay Springs. 

D. J. McCorquodale. Westville. 
B. P. Marshbanks, Buie's Creek. 
A. A. Johnson, Chalybeate. 

P. F. Pope, Coats. 
J. S. Brown, Kipling. 
G. W. Hart, Duke. 
R. G. Taylor, Dunn. 

E. L. Jones, Duke. R. 1. 

N. T. Patterson, Broadway. 

M. S. Bradley, Broadway. 

H. C. Stewart, Lillington. 

A. J. Tutor, Holly Springs, P». 2. 

John Wood. Carlos. 

W. T. Morgan. Lillington. 

J. E. Link. Dunn. R. F. D. 

J. D. Dennis, Fuquay Springs. 

J. B. Pitman. Sanford. 

L. F. McPhaiL Dunn. 

Macon. 
J. L. Fonts, Franklin. No. 3. 
M. P. May, Flats. 
M. B. Keener, Gneiss. 
O. Rabv, Gneiss. 
W. T. Smith, Essie, Ga. 
D. M. Rogers, Essie, Ga. 
M. N. Long. Otto. 
M. L. Rickman. West's Mill. 
Jesse Stallcup. Roane's Mill. 
G. T. Bryson, Franklin. 
J. M. Mashburn, Dnvall. 
H. W. Garland. Sealv. 
W. T. Potts. Highland. 
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Mrs. J. M. Talbert, Franklin, 

No. 3. 
J. E. Rickman, Leatherman. 
L. C. Plemmons, Leatherman. 
L. J. Young, Ellijay. 

E. G. Crawford. Franklin. 
D. C. McCoy, Etna. 

J. M. Griggs, Franklin. 

J. E. Henson, Franklin. 

J. C. M. Balick, Higdonville. 

W. T. Long, Franklin. 

Geo. Ramsay, Tellico. 

D. A. Yonce, Kyle. 

H. D. Dean, Franklin. 

R. P. McCracken, Franklin. 

Mecklenburg-Cabarrus. 

Fred Hainilton. Charlotte, No. 11. 
H. W. Figg, Union ville, No. 1. 
R. D. Money, Davidson. 

A. L. Wallace, Charlotte, R. F. D. 
T. S. Franklin, Charlotte. 

T. D. Maness, Concord. 
T. P. Shunkle, Concord. 
W. F. Stegall, Concord. 

C. Garrison, Charlotte, No. 12. 
H. B. Blackman, Huntersville, 

No. 4. 
W. Connell, Kannapolis. 
M. J. Green, Charlotte. 

F. T. Beitv. Paw Creek. 
T. J. Renfrew, Matthews. 
W. F. Sutton, Newell. 
Fred S. Conrad, Charlotte. 

B. F. Cato. North Charlotte. 
Banks Potts, Pineville. 

J. E. McClure, Pineville. 
J. E. Brown. Matthews. 
W. F. Dowd, Charlotte. 
J. M. Hough, Matthews. 

Mitchell. 

W. S. Suddreth, Montezuma. 
J. W. Pitman, Spruce Pine. 
M. L. Wilson, Bakersville. 
Milton Buchanan. Ledger. 

G. M. Johnson, Crossnore. 

D. M. Cook, Little Rock Creek. 
J. A. Weatherman, Ingall's. 
W. A. Buchanan, Spear. 

W. A. McKinney, Estatoe. 
W. D. Wilson, Glen Ayre. 
D. T. Fortner, Wing. 
Isaac Grindstaff, Toecane. 
J. L. McKinney, Bakersville. 
S. B. Braswelh Frank. 
Otta Vance, Saginaw. 



R. T. Lewis, Valley. 
Mrs. D. P. Chandler, Bandana. 
L. A. Berry, Spruce Pine. 
Marshall Brinkley, Magnetic City. 

Montgomery. 
M. M. Jones, Mt. Gilead. 
W. H. Usry, Pekin. 
Henry Williamson, Pinehurst. 
J. M. Bean, Spies. 
A. 0. Baldwin, Steeds, R. 1. 
A. G. Lassiter, Star, R. 2. 
W. T. Medlin, Roseland. 
L. W. Harris, Eldorado. 
J. L. McMillan, Okeewemee. 
Ira Lassiter, Mt. Gilead. 
J. C. Thompson, Canby. 
J. C. Thompson, Carmel. 
E. M. Tyson, Asbury. 
L. Morris, Carmel. 
J. A. Lisk, Mt. Gilead. 

D. R. Dennis, Mt. Gilead, R. 2. 
J. W. Havwood, Capelsie. 

G. H. Wright, Star. 

A. T. Strother, Mt. Gilead. 

Alfred Cagle, Sulphur Springs. 

O. B. Deaton, Troy. 

S. S. Ballard, Wadeville. 

Mt. Zion. 
J. S. Andrews, Chapel Hill, No. 3. 
A. T. Holleman, Apex, No. 4. 
J. F. Clements, Durham, No. 7. 
W. A. Berry, Timberlake, No. 2. 
S. W. Bynum, Hillsboro, No. 3. 
H. W. Llovd, Chapel Hill. 
W. M. Ferrell, Morri^ville, No. 2. 
J. L. Scott, Burlington. 
N. A. Cates, Hillsboro, No. 3. 

E. Walton, Morrisville. 
C. Cobb, Chapel Hill. 

C. R. Phipps, Chapel Hill. 

W. 0. Stone. E. Durham. 

G. H. O'Neal, Durham. 

L. G. Cole, Durham. 

A. L. Phipps, Durham. 

J. C. Markham, Durham. 

W. S. Suitt, West Durham. 

W. E. Martin, West Durham. 

J. W. King, Durham- No. 1. 

R. E. McCauley, Burlington, No. 2. 

C. B. Irwin, Graham. 

J. H. Blackman, Haw River. 

S. W. Andrews, Hillsboro. 

G. W. Ellis, Durham, No. 3. 

J. U. Pearson, Chapel Hill, No. 1. 

C. M. Walker, Hillsboro, No. 1. 

J. M. Rimmer, Mebane. 



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R. J. Yates. Merry Oaks. 

R. F. Moore, Saxapahaw, No. 1. 

R. P. Merritt, Chapel Hill. 

Z. J. Johnson, Hackney. 

W. M. Stroud, University. 

W. H. Couch, Durham, No. 5. 

J. B. Harward, Morrisville. 

K. L. Nichols, Durham, No. 6. 

C. F. Williams, Apex. 

Walter Wrenn, Staggville. 

L. D. H. Mitchell, Fittsboro, No. 1. 

W. P. Mangum, Rougemont. 

S. M. Suitt, Durham. 

Chas. Hester, W. Durham, No. 1. 

Obe Tingen, Durham. 

T. A. Burke, Sweps mville. 

C. F. Currin, Durham. 

S. A. Perry, Durham, No. 3. 

Neuse-Atlantic. 
E. I. Prevast, Marines. 
M. M. Saul<. Ayden. 
U. V. Daniels. Bayboro. 
M. L. Davis. Beaufort. 
W. H. Eubank, Deppe. 

C. T. Manning, Hollywood. 

H. B. Williams. Walstonburg. 
Joseph Kinsey, Cove City. 
Samuel Salter, Davis. 

D. E. Edwards, Jacksonville. 

M. H. Lewis. Goldsboro R. F. D. 4. 
Henry Joyner, Ft. Barnwell. 

0. L." Shackleford. 

H. B. Parker, Goldsboro. 
J. W. Sadler, Goldsboro. 
J. D. Whitley, Goldsboro. 
John Holmes, Mt. Olive. 
L. R. Varser, Kinston. 
G. L. Mewborn, LaG range. 
Dr. L. C. Adams. Atlantic. 
W. E. Currie, Newport. 
D. R. Lewis. Marshallburg. 
V. W. Ubanks, Maysville. 
L. L. Leary, Morehead City. 
Larry Edmundson, Eureka. 

1. M. Brinson, New Bern. 
J. S. Miller. New Bern. 
Wm. Ramsey. Kellum. 
Hugh Cummings, Kin-ton. 
L. F. McCabe, Oriental. 

<;. \V. Hadnot, Trenton. 
J. J. Croom. Kinston. 
S. D. Byrd, Seven Springs. 
Isaiah Davi-. Smyrna. 
J. E. Debnam, Snow Hill. 
Alex. Watfon, New B?rn. 
M. W. Heady, Swansboro. 
W. T. Rouse, Seven Springs. 



U. C. Holton. Vandemere. 
A. G. Cox, Winterville. 
L. F. Willis, Bettie. 
S. C. Campen, Bsaufort. 

New Found. 
Joe Ball, Marshall. 
John A. Martin. Lee. 
A. E. Weldon, Bluff. 
J. B. Roberts, Marshall. 
J. H. Davis. Marshall. 
John League. Marshall. 
John P. Clemmons. Marshall. 
J. W. Wild, Big Pine. 
W. C. Reins, Marshall. 
J. M. Alexander, Leicester. 
Harrison Roberts, Banard. 

Pee Dee. 
J. M. Tyson. Ansonville. 
W. L. Criddlebaugh, Hamlet. 
E. P. Pierce, Hoffman. 
W. H. Weatherspoon, Laurinburg. 
C. L. Frederick, Lilesvil.e. 
Z. R. Covington, Rockingham. 
J. F. Thomas, Morven. 
M. T. Curlee. Wadesboro. 
W. F. Campbell, Rockingham. 
W. R. Covington, Roberdel. 
R. A. Johnson, Rockingham. 
A. A. McMillan, Maxton. 
J. J. Parker, Cordova. 

Piedmont. 

C. G. Frazier, Asheboro. 
Chalmers West. Gre?nsboro. 
Duke Ford, Reidsville. 

J. M. Pound-. Cedar Falls. 

R. L. Summey, Central Falls. 

Win. Cummings, Reidsville. 

J. W. Fogleman, Gibsonvi le. 

R. B. Murchison, Greensboro. 

J. L. Spencer, Greensboro. 

J. E. Alderman, Greensboro. 

Walter Mitchell. Greensboro. 

1. W. Duncan. Greensboro. 

A. D. Atkins, Ore?nsboro. 

W. E. Mayes. Proximity. 

W. 1 ). Lew is, ( Greensboro. 

A. H. Mangum, Greensboro, Denim 

Branch. 
J. C. Dekancy. McLeansvilb. 
Jasper Elkins. Greensboro. 
A. K. Tate. High Point. 

D. T. Andrews.' High Point. 
R. C. Charles, High Point. 
J. L. Phillips, Franklinville. 
J. F. Murray, Rock Creek. 



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H. G. Collins, Ran diem an. 
J. E. Heinzerling, Reidsville. 
M. E. Johnson, Ramseur. 
C. E. Duncan, Liberty. 
J. M. Burton, Suminerfield. 
J. M. Allred, Millboro. 
E. C. Williamson. 
G. R. Ellis, Liberty. 
William Brothers, Liberty. 
Henry Roberts, Ruffin. 

*Pilot Mountain. 
Lelia Martin. 
R. H. Rank. 
L. T. Highfield. 
C. R. Hutcherson. 
R. C. Moser. 
J. D. Covington. 
Frank Cook. 
J. T. Wall. 
T. B. Lindsay. 
H. C. Baughn. 
H. L. Hartgrove. 

E. J. Styres, Germanton. 
N. H. Sutphin. 

J. R. Joyce. 
C. 0. Bo vies. 
W. B. Wilson. 

C. L. Spaugh. 
R. W. Reese. 
J. W. Mobley. 
John Boher. 
W. L. Slate. 
T. D. Meador. 
R. W. Wilson. 
Henry McGee. 

F. E. Speas. 
T. L. Rumly. 
J. H. Martin. 
Nannie Edwards. 
J. W. Redman. 
J. A. Simmons. 
E. A. Long. 

W. P. Thompson. 
L. W. Clark. 
W. A. Sullivan. 
W. D. Bryant. 
T. J. Parks. 
W. H. Grogan. 
J. A. Long. 
J. G. Shelton. 

D. S. Rothrock. 
J. W. Marshall. 
R. K. Simmons. 
Dr. W. J. Conrad. 
C. B. Burkett. 

J. A. Nailor. 

*No post-office given. 



Raleigh. 
R. J. Boling, Apex. 
H. M. Lynch, Clayton. 
E. G. Green, Raleigh. 
Sion Holleman, Cary. 
J. B. Womble, New Hill. 
J. H. Hurst, Cary, R. 1. 
A. T. Wood, Raleigh. 
John T. Pullen, Raleigh. 
W. P. Howard, Cardenas. 
J. J. Bagwell, Garner. 
G. M. Beavers, Apex. 
G. W. Hurst, Carpenter. 
E. T. Scarboro Eagle Rock. 
W. J. Adams, Hollv Springs, 2. 
H. P. Green, Raleigh, R. 3. 
J. W. Pair, Kniaditdale. 

A. G. Ray, Raleigh, R. 7. 
R. A. Banks, McCullers. 
W. L. Page, Morrisville. 

J. M. Marcom, Morrisville. 

W. J. H. King, Method. 

J. T. Goodwin, Raleigh. 

W. C. Bright, New Hill. 

Henry Harrison, Raleigh. 

J. P. Bridges, Raleigh. 

T. Ivey, Cary. 

H. J. Barker, Apex, R. 1. 

C. S. Wilson, New Hill, R. 2. 

J. D. Marcom, Morrisville, R. 4. 

R. R. Jones, Raleigh, R. 4. 

N. B. Broughton. Raleigh. 

R. B. Nichols, Zebulon. 

Guy Bunch, Raleigh. 

Roanoke. 

B. H. Howie, Rocky Mount. 
H. B. Ferrell, Battieboro. 
Mrs. R. J. Grimes. Bethel. 
S. D. Thorne, Rocky Mount. 
J. F. Martin, Jamesville. 

J. C. Russ, Oak City. 

T. S. Lewis, Nashville. 

J. R. Holliday, Enfield. 

Orlander Pollard, Macclesfield. 

E. J. Hurdle, Tarboro. 

J. A. Bridges, Elm City. 

J. Dickens, Nashville. 

C. Highsmith, Enfield. 
L. Dew, Everetts. 

J. W. Holmes, Farmville. 
G. D. Ward, Nick. 
Mrs. Rosa Williams, Fountain. 
0. L. Pittman, Whitakers. 
C. W. Wilson, Greenville. 
P. L. Salsbury, Hamilton. 
T. E. Powell, Whitakers. 
W. E. Joyner, Nashville. 



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L. T. Vaughan, Nashville. 

G. R. Dew, Wilson. 

W. A. Taylor, Rocky Mount. 

J. A. Daughtridge, Nashville. 

Mrs. Clara Springer, S. Creek. 

M. T. Spiar, Greenville. 

Fred Bierman. Pinetown. 

J. A. Perry, Nashville. 

W. R. White. Plymouth. 

W. H. Faulkner, Rocky Mt., No. 3. 

W. A. Ross, Robersonville. 

W. A. Lancaster, Rocky Mount. 

A. C. Liverman. Scotland Neck. 

J. W. Robins, Sharpsburg. 

C. C. Tynes, Speed. 

A. B. Harrell, Spring Hope. 

Setler Bunn, Bailey. 

A. F. Windham. Stantonsburg. 
S. J. F. Fllen. Rocky Mount. 
C. J. Austin. Tarboro. 

H. W. Chesson, Tillery. 
S. P. Willi-. Washington. 

B. A. Pope. Weldon. 

B. A. Strickland. Whitakers. 
S. A. Newell. Williamston. 
0. D. Stanley, Wilson. 

B. A. Critcher, Williamston. 

Robeson. 

A. E. Israel, Lumberton. 

F. H. Pitman. Fairmont. 

G. L. Thompson. Lumberton. 
A. L. Hayes. Marietta. 
Alex. Thagard, Pembroke. 

J. C. Prevntt, Lumberton. 

C. E. Phillips. Nonnent. 
E. C. Nye. Orrum. 

N. S. Barnes. ( innm. 
C. Arnette. Lumberton. 
S. C. Dean, Lumberton. 

E. N. Prevatt, Lumberton. 
Frank Gough, Lumberton. 
J. L. Raekley, Raeford. 
Joseph Allen, St. Paul's. 
J. D. Doares, Maxton. 

W. H. D:i\i-. Lumberton. 
H. B. Jones, Lumber Bridge. 
J. S. Stone. Lumberton. 
R. D. Caldwell. Lumberton. 
•I. F. Byrne, Maxton. 
J. J. Stone. Orrum. 
F>. A. McLean, Maxton. 
P J. Town send, Homer, S. C. 

F. .7. Morgan, Marietta. 
Alfred Britt, Buie. 

W. B. Hedgi eth, Orrum. 
S. J. Cobb. Parkton. 
\. < havers. Pembroke. 



T. H. Pitman, Homer, S. C. 

B. D. Shooter, Fairmont. 
R. R. Edwards, Fairmont. 
W. F. Freeman, Raeford. 
J. C. Baxley, Buie. 

E. W. Stone, Fairmont. 
A. M. Tolar, Rennert. 
Luther Dew, Red Springs. 
W. F. Bristowe, Rowland. 
E. J. Bigjrs, Rennert. 
Richard Humphrey, Rennert. 
A. Mercer, Lumberton. 
R. R. Barnes, Barnesville. 
S. L. Parker, Lumberton. 
D. B. Lancaster, St. Paul's. 
Joseph Russ, Lumberton. 
G. P. Graham, Tolarsville. 
J. M. Hill, Fairmont. 
J. A. Sessoms, Howellsville. 
R. S. Wilkins, Howellsville. 
J. F. Roberts, Lumberton. 
J. I. Barnes. Lumberton. 
A. L. Hall, McDonald. 

C. W. Bullock. Fairmont. 

C. H. Howard. Lumberton. 
Ira Britt, Lumberton. 

Sandy Creek. 

J. A. Brvant, Aberdeen. 
J. J. Fields. Bear Cre?k. 
T. D. Brooks, Bear Creek. 

D. E. Murchison. Gulf. 

C. G. Sullivan. Carthage, R. 1. 

C. C. Purvis. Noise. 

J. E. Snence Cole's Store. 

H. F. Sea well, Carthage. 

W. G. Spivev. Cameron. 

J. H. Henley, Sanford. 

I. P. Straughan, Pittsboro, R. 2. 

C. H. Teacrue. Cameron. 

G. C. Phillips, Bear Creek, R. 1. 

A. C. P)ii(bje~. Moncure. 

C. D. Wilkie, Moncure. 

E. V. Stramrhan. Silk Hope. 
W. W. Moore. Jonesboro. 

N. A. Oilmore. Stork. 

Dr. D. R. Stroud^ Ore Hill. 

H. H. Jordan. Jordan. 

R. F. Andrews. Mnnndale. 

C. L. Kivett, Liberty. 

J. T. Ellington, Bvnum. R. 1. 

Robert N. Furr, Biscoe. 

J. L. Griffin, Pittsboro. 

T. J. Dark, Siler City. R. 3. 

P. F. Farrell, Pittsboro. 

W. A. Brewer, Siler City. 

W. C. York, Sanford. 



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Millard Frazier, Staley. 

G. W. Blalock, Siler City, R. 3. 

R. H. Dixon, Siler City. 

S. B. Richardson, Southern Pines. 

C. P. Fox, Staley. 

L. Moon, Harper's X Roads. 

D. W. Reader, Steed's, R. 1. 
H. F. Brown, Coleridge. 

Sandy Run. 
Joe Sinclair, Forest City. 
Orsen Morrow, Forest City. 
A. M. McKinney, Ellenboro. 

C. Price, Hollis. 

E. J. Bailey, Gaffney, S. C. 
George Sparks, Cliffdale. 
A. L. Smart, Caroleen. 

W. R. Sanders, Gaffney, S. C. 

D. D. Fortune, Cliffside. 
J. L. Hamrick, Ellenboro. 
W. R. McDuffie, Golden. 

C. S. Jones, Gamble Store. 
W. S. Tate, Forest City. 
J. C. Scrugss, Forest City. 
W. V. Hardin, Poors Ford. 
K. N. Hines, Melon Hill. 
L. L. Scrubs, Mooresboro. 
M. A. Wahlen, Henrietta. 
J. L. Wray, Henrietta. 
J. R. Robbins, Forest City. 
W. R. Harris, Gaffney, S. C. 
J. H. Lookadoo, Bostic. 
M. H. Dobbins, Bostic. 
R. L. Revis, Hollis. 
J. R. Mathenv, Ellenboro. 
G. C. Hamrick, Forest City. 
Jesse Lookadoo, Casar. 
L. Price, Gaffney, S. C. 
H. F. Turner, Ellenboro. 
J. W. Pope, Bostic. 
Perry Cantrell, Fin^ersville. 
G. W. Johnson, Bridsrewater. 
J. T. Ruppe, Rutherfordton. 
J. M. Tew, Rutherfordton. 
J. K. Batps, Forest Citv. 
C. F. Walker, Bostic. 

South Fork. 
Stephen Stroop, Alexis. 
Jas. A. Beeper, Belmont. 
J. C. Mull, Henry, No. 3. 

C. P. Edwards, Hickory. 

D. F. Hovis, Stanley. 

J. A. Whitener, Newton, No. 3. 

R. P. Havener, Henry. 

A. A. High, Dallas. 

W. B. Biggers, Gastonia. 



J. S. Wray, Gastonia. 
T. H. Roberts, Gastonia. 
J. D. Elliott, Hickory. 
W. R. Rhyne, Hi^h Shoals. 
W. A. Pool, Iron Station. 
T. J. Hoover, Crouse. 
J. O. Allen, Lincolnton. 
A. R. Holland, Dallas. 

D. L. Abernethy, Lincolnton, 
No. G. 

W. F. Huggins, Lowell. 
C. L. Chandler, Gastonia. 

E. S. Whisenant, Lincolnton, 
No. 4. 

W. W. Lawing, Lincolnton. 

A. E. Teague, Maiden. 

M. L. Harwell, McAdenville. 
N. J. Sigmon, Hickory. 
Geo. L. Mullis, Mt. Holly. 
M. C. Laney, Maiden, No. 1. 
L. P. Lawing, Iron Station. 
J. M. Cline, Alexis. 
S. T. Gaddy, Newton. 
Osborne Brown, Long Island. 
Lee Setzer, Newton, No. 2. 
W. F. Hoffman, Hickory. 

F. A. Lock, Hickory. 
Plato Hicks, Lincolnton. 

J. L. Featherstone, Lowell. 

C. F. Clanton, Lincolnton. 

D. F. Dellinger, Iron Station. 
J. R. Flowers, Lowell 

C. 0. Deal, Hickory. ' 

South River. 

G. W. Starling, Wade. 
John L. Autrv, Autryville. 

B. A. Carr, Clinton. 
M. F. House, Wade. 
H. E. Mathews, Wade. 

E. W. Jackson, Autryville. 
R. E. Hobbs, Parkersburg 
G. B. Bidsale, Hayne. 

M. H. Sessoms. 

John M. Beard, Stedman. 

J. E. Bass, Keener. 

M. W. Sessoms, Roseboro. 

Ira Basrgett, Cooper. 

L T. McLamb, Huntley. 

A. D. Parker, Roseboro. 

D. W. Tart, Roseboro. 

G. W. Honeycutt, Clinton. 
0. P. Howard, Salemburg. 
O. D. Strickland, Dunn. 
R. N. Howard, Autryville. 
W. J. Butler, Clinton. 



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South Yadkin. 

W. G. Shermer, Advance. 
M. L. Carter, Eufola. 

C. L. Carter, Eufola. 

A. T. Hord, Cleveland. 
John Eagle, Salisbury. 
R. L. Lowery, Salisbury. 
J. A. Davis, Mocksville. 
J. W. Creason, Cooleemee. 

D. C. Trexler, Salisbury. 
H. V. Myers, Salisbury. 
R. L. Booe, Cana. 

E. H. Brown, Salisbury. 
W. A. Sain, Mocksville. 

B. C. Teague, Cana. 

J. R. Kirkendall, Salisbury. 
J. N. Barrow, Harmony. 
D. C. Livengood, Mocksville. 
J. P. Green, Mocksville. 
D. F. Moore, Mooresville. 
W. C. Blavlock, Statesville. 
J. W. Sheil, Eufola. 
J. L. Yost, China Grove. 
M. L. Sink, Rockwell. 

B. F. Vuncannon, Spencer. 
W. C. Elam, Harmony. 

F. M. Abernetbv, Statesville. 
P. S. Carlton, Salisbury. 

C. R. Myers, Salisbury. 
J. O. Piirnell, Statesville. 

G. E. Woodward, Statesville. 
A. B. Leonard, Salisbury. 

Stanly, 1909. 

A. P. Harris, Albemarle. 

B. M. Rogers, Albemarle. 
W. T. Shaver, Albemarle. 
M. L. Sames, Big Lick. 
J. A. Austin, Big Lick. 

T. M. Herlocker, Albemarle. 
Adam Jackson, Gold Hill. 
W. H. Bivin, Norwood, No. 2. 
W. J. Connell, Harrisburg, No. 4. 
W. K. Littleton, Albemarle. 
P. P. Grady, Gold Hill. 

D. W. Garmon, Concord, No. 7. 
O. W. Miller, New London. 

A. A. Hartsell, Locust. 

J. A. Harrington, Mt. Pleasant, 

No. 1. 
G. W. Henderson, Norwood. 
S. E. Crook, New London. 

E. F. Eddins, Palmerville. 
R. C. Dry, Big Lick. 

A. E. Eudy, Mt. Pleasant. 
G. H. Carrifkor. New London. 
J. E. Thompson, New London. 
L. H. Cooper, Norwood, No. 1. 



W. L. Teeter, Locust, No. 2. 
J. D. Hudson, Albemarle. 

Stone Mountain. 
J. H. Sheets, Dehart. 
J. M. Lyon, Austin. 
J. W. Blackburn, Gray. 
Solomon Brown. 
G W. Burgess, Sherman. 
I. C. Woodruff, Moxley. 
A. Felts, Viands. 
Richard Wilmoth, Lomax. 
L. E. Sparks, Moxley. 
Mrs. Sallie Gentry, Traphill. 

0. F. Richardson, Lomax. 

E. Y. Yates, Traphill. 
T. E. Blevins, New Life. 

Stony Fork. 
Edmond Greene, Zionville. 

F. L. Dula, Elkville. 

Minton, Middle Creek. 

N. G. Wheeler, Bamboo. 
J. W. Harrison, Boone. 
Thomas Miller, Stony Fork. 
W. H. Phillips, McGuire. 
R. L. Maltha, Moody. 
R. L. Wagner, Stony Fork. 

C. L. Coffey, Foscue. 

A. G. Beshears, Summit. 

Surry. 

1. W. Reece, Mt. Airy. 

G. M. Jarvis, Dobson. 
J. L. Wood, Rockford. 
J. F. Haymore, Dobson. 
W. L. Reece, Dobson. 

R. J. Lewellyn, Elkin. 
P. M. Isaacs, State Road. 

D. J. Milton, Rusk. 

S. A. Patterson, Siloam. 
W. M. Ambune, Mt. Airy. 
A. M. Phelps, Mt. Airv. 
J. F. May, Crutchfield. 
C. F. Carson, Low Gap. 
I. A. Park, Round Peak. 
R. T. Moore, Round Peak. 
J. S. Smith, White plains. 
C. M. Carter, Elkin. 
N. B. Jones, Rusk. 
J. G. Burrus, Rockford. 
J. A. Poplin, Ronda. 
T. F. Bledso, Cody. 
W. F. Cooper, Rusk. 
C. S. Dobbin, Rusk. 

Tar River. 
G. C. Nevell, Heathsville. 
J. W. Bowers, Littleton. 



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R. S. Watkins, Manson. 
C. D. Hemmings, Rosemary. 
S. L. Bobbitt, Manson. 
A. H. Hoyle, Henderson. 
S. J. Bartholomew, Castalia. 
J. B. Fulgim, Louisburg. 
J. G. Falkner, Louisburg. 
E. Wilder, Spring Hope. 
E. L. Hale, Littleton. 
W. M. Warren, Spring Hope. 
J. J. Nicholson, Macon. 
J. R. Wallett, Terrapin. 
A. T. Barnes, Henderson. 

A. H. Glover, Bailey. 
Ed. Young, Kittrell. 
J. A. Cree, Littleton. 
Geo. H. Cooper, Louisburg. 
J. L. Colman, Macon. 

J. W. Strange, Mapleville. 
M. T. Duke, Marmaduke. 
R. L. Bennett, Middleburg. 
W. H. Stallings, Spring Hope. 
Miss Owin, Alert. 
Geo. W. Griffin, Castalia. 

B. C. Joyner, Elm City. 
G. C. Parish, Louisburg. 
W. B. Daniel, Henderson. 
D. R. West, Henderson. 

S. G. Watkins, Henderson. 
P. T. Sykes, Spring Hope. 
J. H. Cheares, Sutton. 
Frank Cobb, Weldon. 
Ruffin Griffin, Castalia. 

C. N. Hardy and W. T. Robertson, 
Inez. 

Chas. H. Wheeless, Louisburg. 
J. K Dickens, Roanoke Rapids. 
J. C. Murray, Spring Hope. 
A. J. Joyner, Louisburg. 

C. W. Perkinson, Wise. 

J. W. Brantley, Wakefield. 
L. W. Holloman, Henderson. 
J. A. Shephard, Elberon. 
J. G. Wright, Vaughn. 
Gumny Browning, Enfield. 
W. E. Hawks, Warren Plains. 
A. D. Harris, Warrenton. 

D. B. Pearce, Castalia. 
C. W. Hardy, Aspen. 

C. N. Riggan, Mt. View. 

Tennessee River. 
S. M. Cockran, Bryson City. 
C. B. Campbell, Almond. 
J. H. Wilson, Bryson City. 
R. T. Lindsay, Bryson City. 
Peter Conseme, Robbinsville. 
W. H. Cale, Forney. 



M. A. Wiggins, Bryson City. 

Wm. Laney, Bryson City. 

W. A. Enlow, Judson. 

W. H. Beck, Ocona Lufty. 

C. A. Randolph, Almond. 

W. L. Watson, Ocona Lufty. 

S. M. Crisp, Japan. 

W. J. Sherrill, Bryson City. 

J. M. Gibby. 

W. H. Green, Judson. 

P. G. Green, Stecoah. 

A. Z. Williams, Yellow Creek. 

Three Forks. 
W. H. Glenn, St. Jude. 
J. K. Perry, Sugar Grove. 
C. B. Reese, Reese. 
L. M. Farthing, Hackett. 
W. H. Austin, Dark Ridge. 
T. D. Dougherty, Boone. 
Alex Brown, Vilas. 
John McBride, Amantha. 
P. M. Cowan, Blowing Rock. 
G. W. Byrd, Goo Goo. 
J. M. Vannoy, Solitude. 
J. C. Blair, Hale. 
T. B. Gryder, Dark Ridge. 
Joseph Culver, Vilas. 
Ervin Greene, Whaley. 
G. W. Smith, Hopkins. 
Thos. Farthing, Sands. 
H. L. Greene, Hopkins. 
T. J. Tugman, Sands. 
E. L. Chapel, Balm. 
G. W. Phillips, Kellerville. 
H. M. Bumgarner, Vilas. 
Wm. Pernell, Boone. 
J. R. Isaacs, Mast. 
Jas. Hodges, Elk Park. 
H. C. Beach, Zionville. 
W. N. Howell, Brookside. 
Zeb Brown, Shull's Mills. 
L. N. Perkins, Boone. 
J. N. Gryder, Peoria. 
A. J. Greene, Mabel. 
Geo. Roten, Trade. 
J. D. Brown, Blowing Rock. 
W. N. Stone, Penley. 

Transylvania. 
J. M. Banning, Horse Shoe. 
J. M. Hamlin, Brevard. 
E. C. Neill, Brevard. 
J. S. Bagwell, Rosy. 
C. C. Duckworth, Brevard. 
J. W. Hamet, Pisgah Forest. 
S. E. McCall, Rosman. 
M. L. Jones, Penrose. 



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J. N. Heath, Brevard. 

E. M. Allison, Pisgah Forest. 
W. E. Hall, Ninive. 

R. 0. Thomas, Quebec. 

W. J. C. Galloway, Rosman. 

Street Burns, Cedar Mt. 

R. E. McCall, Balsam Grove. 

A. M. Paxton, Rosman. 
Hampton Jones, Cedar Mt. 
W. C. Ray, Pisgah Forest. 
James Anders, Rosman. 

Chas. Alexander, Brevard, R. 2. 

Union. 
J. S. Baucom, Unionville, R. 1. 
J. K. Trull, Monroe, R. 2. 

F. A. Marsh, Marshville. 

F. Franklin, Mineral Springs. 

J. E. Rowell, Indian Trail, R. 1. 

W. H. Braswell, Monroe, R. 3. 

W. M. Henly, Marshville. 

W. H. Helms, Waxhaw. 

J. B. Staton, Marshville. 

I. A. Conwell, Unionville. 

J. T. Black, Waxhaw. 

C. E. B. Parker. Monroe. 

J. C. Morgan, Marshville. 

J. W. BivenSj Wingate. 

J. F. James, Unionville, R. 2. 

F. B Ashcraft, Monroe. 

B. L. Godwin. Monroe, R. 1. 
L. B. King, White's Store. 
J. E. Sustar, Matthews. 
Cullie Parker, Monroe. 

P. H. Mills, Marshville. 
W. H. Long, Monroe. 
J. E. G. Hancock, Monroe. 
W. K. Rape Monroe, R. 5. 
S. C. Davis, Marshville, R. 2. 
J. L. Antry, Marshville, R. 3. 

A. M. Price, Monroe. 

J. H. Melton, Monroe, R. 4. 
W. TI. S. Ilelmer, Monroe. 
I. C. Garrison, Stanton. 

B. F. Parker, Monroe. 
J. J. Godfrey, Waxhaw. 

West Buncombe, 1909. 

A. Teague, Mascot. 

J. R. Lanning, Leicester. 
Jesse Frisbee, Leicester. 
N. IT. Wahlrop, Leicester. 

B. P. Green, Marshall, No. 1. 
R. C. Morgan, New Found. 

West Chowan. 
W. L. Curtis, Ahoskie. 
E. C. Harrell, Aulander. 



C. R. Revel, Conway. 
W. A. Thomas, Cofield. 
W. C. Hughes, Coleraine. 
Geo. T. hoggard, Ahoskie. 
R. A. Majette, Como. 
H. J. Ward, Merry Hill. 
T. Gil lam, Windsor. 
C. S. Godwin, Ahoskie. 
J. E. Vann, Winton. 
H. S. Hoggard, Harrellsville. 
E. T. Forehand, Coleraine. 
J. S. Jenkins, Aulander. 
Edwin Lassiter, Conway. 

A. Lassiter, Conway. 

C. L. Stephenson, Gumberry. 
J. R. Taylor, Margarettsville. 
S. H. Mizelle, Windsor. 

B. F. Williams, Harrellsville. 
J. P. Griffin, Woodland. 

J. J. Tayloe, Cremo. 

H. A. Piland, Tunis. 

P. J. Long, Jackson. 

J. E. Tyler, Kelford. 

W. R. Bridgers, Lasker. 

J. W. Langdale, Merry Hill. 

W. J. Barnes, Lewiston. 

C. E. Martin, Margarettsville. 
J. E. Jordan, Povvellsville. 

J. H. Parker, Murfieesboro. 

T. J. Stephenson, Seaboard. 

J. W. Boone, Winton. 

J. D. Babb, Murfreesboro. 

II. W. Griffith, Menola. 

A. E. Saunders, Aulander. 

C. G. Powell, Potecasi. 

J. S. Hughes, Annetta. 

A. V. Cobb, Windsor. 

J. P. Holloman, Rich Square. 

W. J. Lasker, Lasker. 

J. B. Hognard, Windsor. 

H. P. Stephenson, Pendleton. 

Worlev Cowan, Windsor. 

C. C. Tyler, Roxobel. 

J. R. Crocker, Seaboard. 

E. Legeett, Windsor. 

J. L. Joyner, Severn. 

R. L. Edwards, Aulander. 

W. J. Vaughan, Ahoskie. 

J. A. Clark, Winton. 

C. H. Griffin, Woodland. 

Western North Carolina. 
C. T. Sisk, Andrews. 
W. T. Groves, O^den. 
J. W. Palmer, Brady. 
C. M. Bramble. Hayesville. 
W. J. Winchester, Hayesville. 
N. B. Lovingood, Grandview. 



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Luther Waldroup, Brasstown. 

W. A. Maney, Shooting Creek. 

W. T. Stalcu'p, Murphy. 

G. W. Pen land, Elf. 

G. W. Kimsey, Hayesville. 

J. F. Palmer, Marble. 

I. D. Woodard, Aquona. 

H. H. Creasman, Andrews. 

W. H. McGuire, Murphy. 

J. L. Hogsed, Hajesville. 

J. C. Derryberry, Topton. 

W. R. Lunsford, Topton. 

C. A. Rowland, Hayesville. 

Alba Thomason, Murphy. 

S. D. Whitaker, Andrews. 

Wilmington. 
W. H. Lewis, Atkinson. 
Jas. Andrews, Sloop Point. 
W. C. Kent, Currie. 

C. E. McCullen, Burgaw. 

D. J. Corbett, Currie. 
L. H. Vollers, Kelly. 

W. E. Taylor, Richlands. 

P. R. Stringfield, Ivanhoe. 

W. H. Barnhill, Ivanhoe. 

J. C. Moore, Ivanhoe. 

M. B. Humphrey, Jacksonville. 

0. D. Malpass, Burgaw. 

A. Carroll, Watha. 

A. L. Vann, Wilmington. 

F. C. Shepard, Rocky Point. 
W. D. Malpass, Currie. 

J. E. Robinson, Sneed's Ferry. 

J. H. Squires, Currie. 

A. T. Herring, Watha. 

A. F. Bland, Teacliey. 

J. H. Jeffries, Willard. 

C. F. Mathews, Watha. 

L. R. Highsmith, Kerr. 

R. T. Rivenbark, Willard. 

G. E. Leftwich, Wilmington. 
W. L. Moore, Wilmington. 



R. B. Moore, Wilmington. 

F. J. Durfrey, Wilmington. 
J. P. Herring, Wilmington. 

Yadkin. 
R. D. Hauser, Shoals. 
R. P. Green, Cana. 
C. T. Wanson, Boonville. 
I. J. Cranfill, Yadkinville. 
A. C. Stimson, Boonville. 
J. H. Sailor, East Bend. 
J. G. Steele, East Bend. 
E. T. Davis, Yadkinville. 

C. G. Bryant, Hamptonville. 
Henry Baity, Cana. 

Ella Holcomb, Jonesville. 
A. D. Stout, Jonesville. 
J. L. Vanhoy, Cycle. 
J. C. Brown, Boonville. 
S. S. Wagoner, Mosler. 

D. G. Reece, Boonville. 

A. T. Stulman, Houstonville. 
J. M. Caudle, Yadkinville. 

B. D. Hauser, Lewisville. 
D. M. Reece, Yadkinville. 
A. E. Jeffries, Farmington. 

Yancey. 

C. E. Robinson, Burnsville. 
Barnet Penland, Burnsville. 
Daniel Miller, Ramseytown. 
W. D. Blalock, Celo. 

W. E. Raband, Cane River. 
N. N. Silers, Micaville. 
Jason Woody, Green Mt. 
Jas. Blank, Paint Gap. 
W. Honeycutt, Wilhoite. 

G. L. Ray, Pensacola. 
R. F. Ray, Bald Creek. 
J. E. Raband, Casida. 
John Hughes, Windom. 
J. B. Wiston, Windom. 

J. S. Huskins, Green Mountain. 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY 



In making this summary of facts regarding the activities of our de- 
nomination, I wish to thank clerks, pastors, and others for their assist- 
ance. In handling the thousands of numbers, surely some errors have 
crept in, but I believe most of the statements are correct as far as in- 
formation furnished would do this. 

Ihere are fewer approximations than last year, and of course this 
makes the tables more accurate. All understand that we use the asso- 
ciational minutes. The Associations meet in every month from May to 
December except in June. Of course the associational years ending at 
different times, it is impossible to make the amounts for any object 
agree with the receipts of Treasurer Durham. 

AGGREGATES. 

Of the 1,904 churches reported, membership is reported from 1,872, 
with a total membership of 221,518. This is a gain of only 3,551; but 
one error last year in one association makes the real gain 7,219. There 
are 32 churches not reporting membership. If they are average churches 
in membership, they have 3,776 members. We have, then, in the Con- 
vention 225,354 church members. Baptisms are reported from 1,297 
churches. This is 149 fewer churches having baptisms than last year. 
It is a sad fact that 607 churches report no baptisms. There were 
12,269 baptisms during last year. This is a loss of 483. 

The contributions reported to the associations were as follows: 
State Missions, $39,268.70; Home Missions, $23,143.72; Foreign Mis- 
sions, $38,597.52; Sunday School Missions, $2,001.87; Orphanage, $36,- 
406.30; Ministerial Education, $5,999.63; Aged Ministers, $4,849.11; 
total, $150,250.11. 

CONTRIBUTING AND NON-CONTRIBUTING CHURCHES. 

In the following summary the first number is the churches contribu- 
ting and the last those not contributing: To some object, 1,644 — 260; 
to State Missions, 1,428 — 476; to Home Missions, 1,272 — 632; to For- 
eign Missions, 1,380 — 524; to Sunday School Missions, 547 — 1,447; to 
Orphanage, 1,401 — 503; to Ministerial Education, 668 — 1,236; to Aged 
Ministers, 851—1,053. 

ASSOCIATIONS LEADING. 

We give first and second place on each item. Number of churches — 
Chowan, 59; West Chowan, 55. Church membership — West Chowan, 
11,928; Chowan, 10,144. Baptisms— Pilot Mountain, 530; South Fork, 
501. Number of Sunday Schools — Chowan, 62; West Chowan, 60. Sun- 
day School membership — Mt. Zion, 6,927 : Chowan, 6,580. Ratio of 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 141 

Sunday School membership to church membership on 100 as a base — 
Piedmont, 1*24; Buncombe, 118. Per capita contributions — Roanoke, 
$1.88; Central, $1.47. Contributions to State Missions — Roanoke, $3,- 
306.S4; West Chowan, $2,499.35. Home Missions — West Chowan, $1,- 
765.38; Mt. Zion, $1,313.46. Foreign Missions — Mt. Zion, $2,524.22; 
West Chowan, $2,412.87. Sunday School Missions— Mt. Zion, $304.17; 
Neuse-Atlantic, $153.58. Orphanage — Roanoke, $3,136.16; West Chowan, 
$3,030.17; Ministerial Education— Pilot Mountain, $1,106.S9; Mt. Zion, 
$445.24. Ministerial Relief— King's Mountain, $576.50; Mt. Zion, $472.- 
16. All objects— West Chowan, $10,522.01; Roanoke, $9,452. 82. 

PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTIONS. 

For all objects the per capita is 68 cents, a gain of 5 cents. Eleven 
associations gave over $1.00 per member, as follows: Roanoke, $1.88; 
Central, $1.47; Buncombe, $1.34; Neuse-Atlantic, $1.32; Mecklenburg- 
Cabarrus, $1.29; Mt. Zion, $1.29; Piedmont, $1.29; Raleigh, $1.29; 
Robeson, $1.29; Pee Dee, $1.19; Pilot Mountain, $1.03. From 75 cents 
to $1.00, alphabetically, Beulah, 79 cents; Eastern, 81 cents; Flat River, 
98 cents; Little River, 85 cents; South Yadkin, 94 cents; Wilmington, 
89 cents; West Chowan, 88 cents. 

OTHER AVERAGES. 

Of the 1,872 churches reporting membership, the average is 118 mem- 
bers; of the 1,297 reporting baptisms, the average is nearly 10. The 
average members for one baptism is 18. Of the contributing churches, 
the average is as follows: State Missions, $27.48; Home Missions, 
$18.19; Foreign Missions, $27.97; Sunday School Missions, $4.38; Or- 
phanage, $25.98; Ministerial Education, $8.98; Ministerial Relief, $5.70; 
all objects, $91.33. 

SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Many associations do not use regular denominational church letters, 
and in this way Sunday School reports are not complete. This year we 
have used in our Sunday School work over one thousand letters and 
return post cards. So our report is nearer accurate than ever before. 
We now have 1,809 schools, which is a gain of 128 this year. Of these 
119 are branch or mission schools. This leaves 214 churches not report- 
ing Sunday Schools. There are now 166,636 enrolled, including 13,059 
officers and teachers. This is a gain of 13,172 — more than double last 
year's gain. The ratio of Sunday School membership to church mem- 
bership is 75 on 100 as a base. Twenty-seven associations equal or 
exceed this ratio. Five hundred and five churches have a larger Sun- 
day School enrollment than church membership. This is true in the 
Buncombe, Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, Neuse-Atlantic, Piedmont, Raleigh, 
Roanoke and Stone Mountain Associations. The number of perennial 
schools is increasing, but there was no data on this point in twelve 
associations. 



142 .V. 0. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 

woman's work. 

There are now 1,078 societies (including Woman's Missionary Socie- 
ties, Young Women's Auxiliaries, Sunbeams, and Royal Ambassadors). 
These are in 49 associations, and in 43 associations there are vice- 
presidents to direct and advance the work. West Chowan leads with 
75 societies; Robeson now counts 60, and Mt. Zion 53. 

The contributions for 1909-1910 amounted to $30,002.16. Mt. Zion 
leads with $2,568.57; Central standing next with $1,993.86. The fol- 
lowing associations contributed more than $1,000.00: Robeson, $1,- 
804.65; Piedmont, $1,798.08; West Chowan, $1,693.79; Buncombe, 
$1,587.06; Mecklenburg-Cabarrus, $1,464.56; Roanoke, $1,433.97; Neuse- 
Atlantic, $1,299.56; Raleigh, $1,291.07; Chowan, $1,237.50; South Fork, 
$1,000.94. 

BAPTIST SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 

There are 23 colleges and schools in the Convention under denomina- 
tional influence. Three secondary schools are closed. Thirteen under 
denominational control are open and three under private control are also 
open. The denomination owns and controls three colleges and one col- 
lege is under private control. In these institutions under denomina- 
tional control, last school year there were enrolled 3,237 pupils, with 67 
male teachers and 89 female. The value of land, buildings, equipment, 
endowment, etc., is $1,180,003. 

GAINS. 

During the last year we have gained as follows: Churches, 5; church 
members, 7,219; Sunday Schools, 128; Sunday School enrollment, 
13,172; officers and teachers, 943; Woman's Societies, 97; contributing 
churches, 12; contributions to State Missions, $3,195.80; Home Mis- 
sions, $2,110.50; Foreign Missions, $1,328.85; Sunday School Missions, 
a gain in association reports and a loss with Treasurer D.urham's re- 
port; Orphanage, $3,817.96; Ministerial Education, $1,335.37; Minis- 
terial Relief. $1.099.S7: all objects, $13,364.78. 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 



143 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 



BALANCE SHEET. 



Walters Durham, Treasurer, in account with the 

Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Dec. 6, 1910. 



State Missions 

Foreign Missions 

Home Missions 

Education 

Sunday School Missions. . 

Margaret Home 

Ministerial Relief 

Students Aid Fund 

Louisville Training School 

Total 



S3, 516. 53 

718.49 

1.950.0J 

1,938.88 

450. 25 

10.73 

806. 64 

5.10 

9.29 



$9,406.93 



205 



Cash in the Com- 
mercial Bank — 



Total . 



$9,406.93 



S9.906.93 



I have carefully examined the books of Walters Durham, Treasurer 
Baptist State Convention, and find same correct. 

(Copy.) F. H. Briggs, Auditor. 

2. 



state missions. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 25) . . . 

Amount received 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $850.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses. . . . 15.49 

Printing 138.95 

Printing and mailing Minutes 1G2.10 

Office expense 15G.20 

F. H. Briggs, salary as Auditor 25.00 

Printing W. C. C 19.00 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 150.00 

Miss Haynes, salary as stenographer 175.00 

Rent 84.00 

Miss Dawson, salary as stenographer W. 

C. C 200.00 

Stamps, W. C. C 195.00 

C. E. Brewer, salary Rec. Sec 25.00 

Church building 4,841.52 

Paid Missionaries 35,303.81 

Balance 3,510.53 



$4,629.14 
41,428.46 



$46,057.60 $46,057.60 



Dec. 6, 1910. 



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N. C. BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



3. 

FOREIGN MISSION'S. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 25) . . . 

Amount received 

Amount sent direct 

To Livingston Johnson, salary as Cor. Sec $950.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses. . . . 47.50 

Mis. H. C. Moore, salary as Sec, W. C. C. . 100.00 

Rent 105.00 

X. B. Broughton, salary Bee. Sec 25.00 

Miss Haynes, salary as stenographer 140.00 

Printing and mailing Minutes 258.50 

Walters Durham, salary as Treasurer 120.00 

Miss Dawson, salary stenog., W. C. C 175.00 

Typewriter for W. C. C 60.00 

Printing, W. C. C 160.85 

E. L. Midcileton, salary Stat. Sec 125.00 

Office expense 28.43 

Postage, W. C. C 13.36 

Check that was no good S.55 

Foreign Mission Board 33,205.00 

Amount sent direct 3,521.20 

Balance 718.49 



$879.80 

35,360.S8 

3,521.20 



Dec. 6, 1910. 



$39,761.88 $39,761.88 



4. 

HOME MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 26) . . . 

Amount received 

Amount sent direct 

To Livingston Johnson, salary Cor. Sec $525.00 

Livingston Johnson, traveling expenses.... 75.00 

E. L. Middleton, salary Stat. Sec 125.00 

Office expense 55.15 

Postage, W. C. C 12.87 

Mi-< Baynes, salary stenographer 105.00 

Miss Dawson, salary stenog. W. C. C 125.00 

Walters Jurham, salary Treasurer 90.00 

Rent 63.00 

Printing, YV. C. C 27.50 

Printing and mailing Minutes 200.00 

Printing 34.75 

Home Board 17,187.66 



$407.44 

20,16S.51 

1,698.56 



REPORT OF TREASURER. 145 

Sent direct $1,1398.56 

Balance 1,950.02 



Dec. G, 1910*. $22,274.51 $22,274.51 

5. 

EDUCATION. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 2G) .. . $1,423.94 

Amount received , .'. 5,06S.G1 

To vouchers, YV. B. Cullom, Treasurer $4,552.07 

Balance 1,939.88 



Dec. G, 1910. $6,492.55 $6,492.55 

6. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL MISSIONS. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 26) ... $410.08 

Amount received 1,S17.47 

To E. L. Middleton, salary as S. S. Sec. $1,250.00 

E. L. Middleton, traveling expenses 324.50 

Printing 112.70 

Postage 60.50 

Office expense 25.00 

N. B. Broughton, traveling expenses 4.60 

Balance 450.25 



Dee. 6, 1910. $2,227.55 $2,227.55 

7. 

MINISTERIAL BELIEF. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 27 J . . . $400.80 

Amount received 4 443 .75 

To vouchers, E. H. Eiggsbee, Treasurer $4,042.41 

Balance 800.64 



Dec. 6, 1910. $4,849.05 $4,849.05 

8. 

MARGARET HOME. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 27) . . . $110.50 

Amount received 1<>8 °2 

To Mrs. W. N. Jones, Treasurer, vouchers $227.99 

Balance 10 73 

Dec - 6 > 191 °- $23S.72 $238.72 

10 



146 .V. C. BAPTIST STATE COyVENTION. 



9. 
students' aid fund. • 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 27) . . . $5.10 

Amount received 15G.80 

To vouchers, B. Pressley Smith, Treasurer $156.S0 

Balance 5-10 

Dec. 0, 1910. $161.90 $161.90 

10. 

LOUISVILLE TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Balance as per statement Dec. 1, 1909 (Minutes, p. 27) ... $3.19 

Amount received 6.10 

Balance $9.29 

$9.29 $9.29 

Respectfully submitted, Walters Durham, 

'Treasurer Baptist State Convention. 



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